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Actually there are 2 reasons this is occuring.. #1 let's assume your scale is accurate.. then this means you're losing muscle mass, if you're losing weight but Bodyfat goes up. Bodyfat is a percentage of your total weight, but muscle, fat, and water account for your weight.. so make sure what your losing is actual fat. See below how to. #2 the scale is ...


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First, congratulations on having lost so much fat! That is not a trivial amount, nor a trivial achievement. And yes, you have every reason to believe that you can do this on your own. To answer your first question, the variability of fat deposition is driven by a complex combination of dietary, hormonal, and genetic factors. It is notable that higher ...


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The fact that the impedance scale can't tell your bodyfat whether your a man or woman shows how inaccurate they really are. Bodyfat impedance scales work by sending an electrical pulse through your body. It measures the amount of resistance that the pulse encounters. It then performs some analysis to determine who much of that resistance is caused by fat, ...


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