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    Ok, I have a stupid question...well sorta....but what does it mean when your fat starts to get softer. My hips and thighs have gotten a lil softer but I can also feel more muscle as well.
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    Probably means it's going away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Caveman View Post
    Probably means it's going away.
    I'd have to agree with that statement. My fat used to be hard like rock and now its more cushy to say the least and it seems to be melting away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurel730 View Post
    Ok, I have a stupid question...well sorta....but what does it mean when your fat starts to get softer. My hips and thighs have gotten a lil softer but I can also feel more muscle as well.
    Best thing I was told when I asked this same question a few years ago:

    Before fat goes whooshy(ie goes away) it goes squishy.

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    IIRC, I read a theory that when your body uses the fat that's stored in the fat cells, that fat is replaced with water for a while. Hence the squishy feeling. When that water is released from the fat cells, whoosh goes the weight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDF View Post
    Best thing I was told when I asked this same question a few years ago:

    Before fat goes whooshy(ie goes away) it goes squishy.
    Why does that sound like a line from a Mel Brook's movie?
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    Lol, I've never heard of this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bissen View Post
    Lol, I've never heard of this...
    My fat is very soft right now. Pretty cool and It's going away!
    Georgette

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    That's what I have always heard too ... get's soft, squishy and wooshes away ! I get really excited when I see that happening !
    Everything's shiny, Cap'n. Not to fret.





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    I've been like this for the past 2 months. Definitely different.
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