My wife is reading the book "Calories don't count" because Gary Taubes mentioned it in his video that was posted on MDA awhile back. Anyways...in the book the writer states that very large people who lose a lot of weight on a high fat diet do not experience droopy skin after losing weight. The writer suggests that the skin elasticity is dramatically improved by the high fat diet. This makes sense to me on some levels, but I've never heard of it so....does anyone know of any scientific basis for this or maybe even have some personal experience with this??? It seems like it would be well known if it were true, but like I said, I've never heard of it.
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High Fat Diet and Skin Elasticity