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Hello! Im 21, 6'1 feet tall, 110 kilos, always been on the heftier side. Have a saggy torso, my stomach is about 44 inches wide and is very soft and hangs about 3 inches, i will be starting a protein only diet diet with weight exercises and cardio, will I have loose skin and hang after I drop about 30 kilos?
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Hi - you v some long time malpractice on your health even though u v good height. write me on personal chat so that can help u by balanced diet as well some exercises can be done easily at home. also walking 2 kms, in early morning, yoga poses ll help u.
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When u loose weight definitely their is saggy skin. You need consultation for winding up that sag and also to reduce 20-25 KGS more.write me on personal chat for counseling
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Hi, hope you are well. Yes, with weight loss, skin sagging is a given. But with proper, guided workouts and toning exercises there should be minimal side effects. Make sure to follow your toning routines with diligence. It's a difficult but doable journey. All the best!!
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