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Stop Believing These Weight Loss Myths

  By posted Aug 11th 2012
Healthy Living

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Myth #2: The weighing scale is my ultimate fitness meter. Truth: No! This is hardly the case. The weighing scale is important as far as the approximation of your body weight is concerned. Relying on a weighing scale to judge whether you’re ‘fit’ or ‘fat’, is like judging a book by its cover. Body weight is a sum total of your body fat and lean body mass, which includes muscles. In order to understand your exact fat mass, you must understand the composition of your body. 

 

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