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How do you lose weight without losing breast tissue?

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2005-11-01 20:06:24
2005-11-01 20:06:24

Breast tissue is fat and when you diet and excercise you lose fat. When I diet I lose fat from my legs first, some other people lose it from other places first. Everyone is different. One thing is the same though if you start to lose weight it comes off everywhere. You can't pick and choose where it comes off at or how much comes from a particular place.

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