Thanks for the reminder! I've seen something like this before. You can also think of a pound of butter although that is probably denser than body fat. The only problem is that quick losses aren't usually fat but water fluctuations or loss of muscle.
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Another member posted this picture to show what one pound of fat looks like. We have a tendency to disregard our one pound losses. In reality, it is something to be feel accomplished about! Keep up the good work!
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