By Anonymous - 15/6/2021 02:01

I'm trying!

Today, I was trying to exercise to lose weight but I got terrible bloating. Turns out that’s a common response, because the body thinks it’s being stressed. This is right after being diagnosed with allergies to some vegetables. I’m trying to be healthy, I swear. My body won’t let me. FML
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By  TexasKitten79  |  6

When you work out your muscles Rio and tear. as they heal they retain water. As your body gets used to the stress, the post-workoit water retention significantly decreases. It's a very normal biological response. Stick with it, the benefits far outweigh the temporary annoyamce.

By  slkeithh  |  12

The body IS being stressed. The more you work out and condition your muscles and cardio health, the less this will happen. Keep at it. This is completely normal and happens with everyone. Don't give up.

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By  TexasKitten79  |  6

When you work out your muscles Rio and tear. as they heal they retain water. As your body gets used to the stress, the post-workoit water retention significantly decreases. It's a very normal biological response. Stick with it, the benefits far outweigh the temporary annoyamce.

By  slkeithh  |  12

The body IS being stressed. The more you work out and condition your muscles and cardio health, the less this will happen. Keep at it. This is completely normal and happens with everyone. Don't give up.

By  Yudith  |  20

Sounds like the old joke; you're jogging and your body is telling you "Running from the English again, aren't we? Don't fret, I've got it covered. I'll keep you plump as a partridge to outlive these bloody bastards." Except in your case, it adds a "Don't bother me with these pesky vegetables. Potatoes and meat, meat and potatoes, that's what you need to retain your chubby good looks."