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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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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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You can not avoid feeling hunger sometimes when losing weight. You can't expect never being hungry when losing weight. Hunger is a signal, that your body wants to maintain its weight. Instead, you need to manage hunger: Replace foods with high glycemic index with low glycemic index, to control your blood glucose levels and insulin response. Eat according ...


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I'm far from an expert but I'm happy to pass along what little I do know... The real core of your question is "how can I get beyond this plateau?" Everything else is just details. The standard rule of getting past any plateau is try something different. Walking is terrific, but it sounds like that is your only mode of exercise. The trouble with ...


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As mentioned, sticking to a diet requires effort, focus, and dedication. If you want to eat some 'bad' food, eat a little less of the clean food. Maintaining the calorie deficit is most important. I lost 18 kg (127 tot 109) with dieting and cardio in the last 8,5 weeks. And I cheated with pizza once, but on that day I still didn't eat more then 2000 calories ...


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The acute increase in Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) observed in response to strength training persists for between 24 and 38 hours, indicating that we would need to train from between 4.5 (or 9 times per fortnight) and 7 days per week in order to maintain this elevated level! The 7% increase observed in this study—9% for men and 4% for women—was not, of ...


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RMR(/BMR) is determined by various factors such as your sex, genetics and age. Even the size of your internal organs play a role in metabolic burn rate This study, in particular, found that “43% of differences between people’s metabolic rates can be explained by organ size.” That being said, the largest determiner of your RMR is your TOTAL body mass. Fat ...


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