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A plausible theory on how reshaping works

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This sounds so right that I just had to post it here as a reminder.

Quote Originally Posted by mustangchic002000 View Post
I've done some research on this myself, and I don't know if all of this information is 100% accurate, but it makes sense.

Apparently when you lose a lot of stored fat, your body replaces those fat cells with water. Once your body catches up to the fat loss, it begins to tear down the excess connective tissue and blood vessels that were supporting that fat. As these break down, the water replacing the fat leaves the body too, causing you to lose some water weight, but mainly inches.

This is another reason why it's so important to drink enough water everyday. I'm guessing it takes the body longer to break these down than the fat because the fat cells are stored for energy so they are easily accessible. Connective tissue and blood vessels are only broken down when the body knows they will no longer be needed.

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