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SONICB Posts: 4,239
1/12/13 12:05 P

I find that my face looks a little more bloated than usual after a night of drinking, so avoid booze when possible. Of course, this could all be in my head...

CARLY241 Posts: 189
1/12/13 11:32 A

just losing weight did this for me

PATTISWIMMER Posts: 4,763
1/12/13 12:06 A

cooking cruicerfous vegetables instead of raw.... which helps prevent hypothyroidism which results in swelling of neck and face

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (57,014)
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1/11/13 7:57 P

There is no way to target your weight loss. Because fat loss is a total-body process, you can't choose where it will come off nor how you will look when it does.

The best thing you can do is keep yourself hydrated... drink lots of water! And watch your sodium intake. Too much sodium can cause bloating, which will increase your appearance of fat.

Also, if you haven't started strength training yet, start! IT will improve your body composition, increasing lean muscle mass (Which means more calories burned!) and help the fat you do have look better!

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
1/11/13 6:22 P

Nope. Just good ol' fashioned losing weight every where. The face DOES follow.

ANNABELLA93 SparkPoints: (313)
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1/11/13 5:47 P

I understand that losing weight all over will help the face, but have you found anything to be particularly effective in de-bloating or losing weight from the face?
Thanks :)

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