Fat loss vs weight loss

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Losing scale weight and losing body fat are two completely different processes.
 
People who focus on weight loss alone, use the number on the scale as their only gauge. When you use weight as your only measure, you have no clear understanding of what you are losing (muscle, body fat and even water). However, those who focus on fat loss, take their assessments a lot more seriously.
 
When it comes to focusing on body fat loss, this type of person measures body fat using calipers. This way, when combined with the scales, you have a more accurate idea of what you are losing. If scale weight comes down but body fat stays the same, it's more than likely that you're losing muscle and fluid, as opposed to body fat.

Take a look at below at the key differences between fat loss and weight loss:



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