Of course, your weight varies throughout the day. Your weight is different morning/evening, before/after eating, and so on. Naturally if you are tracking your weight, you should measure your weight at exactly the same time each day.
However, out of curiosity, I have found variations as high as 2 or even more kilograms. (Call it 2% to 3%.)
Does anyone have any specific information on the normal or usual weight variation through the 24 hours of day? Is "two or three kilograms" just wildly too much?
I realise that "extreme weight managers" such as boxers, bodybuilders and so on can deliberately vary their weight by huge amounts in a day or less. However what I am asking about here is the normal variation for a typical person, eating and drinking normally, perhaps doing an hour of aerobic exercise a day.
Anyway - in normal life is a weight variation as high as 2-3 kg per day, unusual? What's the norm?