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    does any body know a good way to tighten up around the belly area or is there any good supps that will help with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEE151 View Post
    does any body know a good way to tighten up around the belly area or is there any good supps that will help with this?
    Decreasing your bodyfat will make your belly smaller and potentially tighter.

    If you're just concerned with water retention, know that losing it is not necessarily going to "tighten" you up.

    Water retention can be decreased and/or eliminated several ways:
    * Drink more water (if you don't drink enough, your body will hold onto it);
    * Decrease sodium intake (sodium causes water retention);
    * Decrease carbohydrate intake (for every 1g of carbohydrate you consume, your body stores 3g of water);
    * Use a natural diuretic, such as Uva Ursi and /or Dandelion Root.


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    I heard Celery is also a potent diuretic, not sure how much truth there is to this or how much you'd need to eat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKStrength View Post
    I heard Celery is also a potent diuretic, not sure how much truth there is to this or how much you'd need to eat!
    Really???????????????? Hmmmmmm is perfect for me to flush out the water due creatine
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