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Weight loss & water retention

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memyselfandisolodjsjajaj Thu 22-Jun-17 11:41:43

Hello everyone! smile

Long story short, am 8 kgs overweight. I've recently seen a dietician for personalised diet & doing 3 intens trainings a week. However, on her analysis it resulted that from 8 kgs 6 is water!!!!!! I'm shocked

Can anyone tell me if there is severely grave? Am I going to be able to get rid of that? If so, how? confused

birdladyfromhomealone Thu 22-Jun-17 11:43:27

How do you know when its water?
I ask because I have just done 2 weeks on NO carbs and 3 x weights/cardio per week and lost nothing sad

WhereDoAllTheWildThingsGo Thu 22-Jun-17 12:29:19

How did she quantify this?

It is possible to get a measure of body fat % but water seems rather far fetched.

WhereDoAllTheWildThingsGo Thu 22-Jun-17 12:30:48

That said, when people start diets, a lot of the initial weight that 'falls off' i.e. you see a lower number on the scales is water weight, but I can't see how someone could calculate it so specifically.

memyselfandisolodjsjajaj Thu 22-Jun-17 12:31:00

@WhereDoAllTheWildThingsGo I stepped on a machine...
Fucks knows how! Do you think it sounds crazy?

Groupie123 Thu 22-Jun-17 12:31:10

Sounds like you've been ripped off.

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