Curing "loose skin"
Do you have loose skin, following rapid or significant weight loss? Don't let this problem get you down. You can tighten that baggy skin and restore your skin to the size that fits your new body rather than your old, fat one.
Curing "loose skin syndrome" after a significant loss of subcutaneous bodyfat requires a three-pronged approach:
Letís look at how to build new muscle. Most people approach this all wrong. Building new muscle involves three main principles:
What about nutrition? You need the following nutrients, and you are not going to get sufficient quantities from foods alone. However, you should focus on the foods that do provide these. Keep in mind that grains should be a very small part of anyoneís diet.
Do note, you have connective tissue involved here--so, provide support for that sagging skin. You may wrap your abdominal area with an elastic bandage for most of the day, for example. This will help that connective tissue to shorten, thus reducing the sagging. If gravity is pulling on the skin and stretching it, that has the same effect as fat pushing it out.
If you donít see a visible improvement each 30 days, you are doing something wrong. Go back and check what you are doing. You may wish to keep a logbook or at least a food diary while you figure this out. All it takes is one slip in one area to foil all the other efforts you make.
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