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CLA is available in powdered form. This can be ingested by simply mixing with water and drinking. Example available here


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The real question you seem to be asking is how to lose the remaining weight. Yao Choa raises multiple good points in their answer: A pill is not the answer You cannot target fat loss areas: you can only improve muscle in a single area It's likely you want to look at what you're eating (i.e. how many calories per day) and changing your routine. It's best ...


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Milk from grassfed cows has lots of CLA. At least if you do eat butter the best solution is to switch to "grassfed butter" like Kerry Gold.


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You may not like to hear this but a pill is not your answer. You cannot spot reduce belly fat. Exercising one muscle group (such as your abs) can increase muscle in a specific area but fat is lost all over your body, not in one area. Doing all the ab exercise in the world will only result in a visible 6 pack for people who are relatively lean. There is no ...


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Belly fat is not unlike fat in other deposits on the body. It's just that the belly has a larger deposit, so its viscosity (or lack thereof) is more noticeable due to the volume. Additionally, abdominal muscles aren't very large to begin with, so the layer of fat on top of it will seem softer. For information on how to get rid of belly fat, see this answer:...


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Gaining muscle after huge fat loss should be done slowly as it takes long time for your body to get accustomed to lower body fat level and could gain fat rather easily. Waist shouldn't increase from muscle gain significantly. Take regular measurements of waist and tights. ** On the other hand most people that lift weights seriously have problems finding ...


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Like I said in your other question. All three of those exercises effect your lower back, obliques, and some of your actual abdominals to a degree..i.e they all work your core. Since you're a beginner, no matter what you do, you will gain muscle where ever you do the work. In this case, you're doing back extensions (lower back), side-planks (your whole core, ...


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Since you have gained a noticeable amount of muscles while doing exercises for your obliques (obliquus externus abdominis), it makes sense that your waist circumference has minorly increased. In my opinion, you should look at it in a positive way because it represents the gains you've made, and anyway it's not gonna significantly increase anymore due to ...


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I would go to either a person certified in sports medicine or someone who coaches physique athletes as they would both have a pretty good idea ability how to properly analyze your situation and provide good treating


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This question on another site seems to suggest the following types of experts for measuring your body fat composition: A certified personal trainer A physical therapist A dietitian Someone recommended to you by your regular doctor There doesn't seem to be much information on this. I assume that is because a wide variety of doctors probably have the ...



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