Is Your Extra Weight Gain … water or body fat?



Have you ever experienced a huge weight gain over the weekend, from a blown-out Saturday night on the town, with food and drinks aplenty? On the scales it may look like over 2 kgs or more.

Relax. More than likely this does include an increase in water retention, although a small portion may also be fat. So how do you know how much is water? A Cell Health Test is the best way to monitor fluctuations in fluid (which are very common) in the body. For example, premenstrually pelvic & abdominal fluid does increase (so the waist appears bigger); in hot weather we can retain extra fluid; people with elevated blood pressure, often retain excess fluid, etc.

Some people on a weight loss plan often mistake gains on the scales as extra fat, but this is not always the case, especially if they have tidied up their food intake. 

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