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    Water and Fat difference between both

    I myself a victim of fluctuation up and down on water and fat in my body causing weight gain and bloat, I already know this from experience but I like to hear it again, how do I tell the difference? which is greater Fat versus water in weight gain total?

    so I would like to hear from you my Knowledgeable members here in UGBB.

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    I preach this time and time again; measurements. Water seems to bloat me all over. Fat seems to have only a few places it likes to hind. Well... hind is not the best word to use because it's easily seen.

    The wedding ring test is another one. Not much fat in my fingers. If it's water, my hands will get slightly puffy and the wedding rings comes off a little harder.
    Hard work beats talent when talent doesnít work hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snake View Post
    I preach this time and time again; measurements. Water seems to bloat me all over. Fat seems to have only a few places it likes to hind. Well... hind is not the best word to use because it's easily seen.

    The wedding ring test is another one. Not much fat in my fingers. If it's water, my hands will get slightly puffy and the wedding rings comes off a little harder.
    This ^^ I do notice a water retention when I wake up in the morning, I see myself in the mirror and I'm not that vascular, adding more water helps me get more vascular.
    Last edited by Mr P; 05-12-2018 at 12:31 PM.

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    Water never made me fat....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jennerrator50 View Post
    Water never made me fat....lol
    It's okey! But I would like to know too much water is good or bad for human?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanemario View Post
    It's okey! But I would like to know too much water is good or bad for human?
    Gallon a day is just fine...but a lot of peeing can be some work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanemario View Post
    It's okey! But I would like to know too much water is good or bad for human?
    Too much of anything is bad for the human body.

    You can die from lack of water.

    You can die from drinking too much water.


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