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How do you lose fat cells without losing your muscle cells?


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2015-07-15 21:23:43
2015-07-15 21:23:43

Eat more protein, eat less fat. This is the general formula to complete your task. Also, eat carbs (fruits, vegetables, pasta-- all without butter or oil) for quick energy. Exercise: Aerobics will cause you to look thinner, free weights and weight machines will build bulk. The middle ground will make you lean and hard: pushups, situps, chinups. You can also try Isometrics, which will build up mass without making you lithe. Whatever you do, be careful when you first start exercising, and take it easy on yourself. The point is to be fit, not to kill yourself.

Liposuction. Seriously, this is controversial in the medical community. Many doctors claim you NEVER lose fat cells, the cells themselves only become smaller. Thus, if you develop a large number of fat cells in early childhood, you will probably struggle with weight all your life.

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