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Would it have been possible to drop 6kg and 5-6kg of it been body fat? No, with body fat you always lose some water and muscles, but it doesn't have to be muscles when you lose it slowly and eat enough protein. I don't know how fast you lose it, your caloric deficit and the ratio of macronutrients in your diet, so you could lose 2.5 Kg of body fat and 3.5 ...


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Very few of the common methods of assessing body composition are so accurate. That is, they can be under ideal conditions—a highly skilled tester, excellent equipment, euhydrated state, and/or typical body electrolyte levels—but very rarely do these factors come together. So unless you are having your body composition assessed professionally, you should ...


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I can only comment on the impedance measurements. I recently (3 years) started using them and have found huge variation in spot measurements. The trick is to measure consistently. Usually the same time of the day. Morning or evening. Also make sure you poop before a measurement. Do not measure after exercising. Measure regularly. Not every day, but use the ...


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The goal of weight loss is almost always fat loss despite the phrases being used interchangeably by the general public. When you lose weight it isn't always clear what you are losing, but there are some things that you can keep in mind in order to better understand what's going on. The "3500 calorie per pound of fat" model of weight loss isn't perfect and ...


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