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Fat Loss

What is Fat Loss?

Fat loss refers to the process of losing body fat in order to improve health and achieve a desired body composition.

How Does Fat Loss Work?

The body stores energy in the form of fat in adipocytes (fat cells). When the body needs energy, it breaks down these fat cells and releases the stored energy as fuel for the body. To lose fat, you need to create a calorie deficit by burning more calories than you consume. This can be achieved through a combination of diet and exercise.

Strategies for Fat Loss

Some strategies for fat loss include:

  • Eating a balanced diet that is lower in calories than your body needs
  • Incorporating strength training to maintain muscle mass
  • Doing cardiovascular exercise to burn calories
  • Getting enough sleep to support healthy hormone levels and recovery

Synonyms for Fat Loss

Synonyms for fat loss include weight loss, body fat reduction, and cutting.

Antonyms for Fat Loss

Antonyms for fat loss include weight gain and body fat accumulation.

Related Terms

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