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Informational material found at the Claim Your Six Pack Abs website is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as nutritional advice to supplant medical advice. The information contained within this website should not be used to diagnose or treat any illness, metabolic disorder, disease or health problems.

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Shedding fat through the application of healthy eating principles is not deemed to be particularly difficult, but some people will achieve results more easily than others. Shedding fat from one's body is also dependent on the individual and how closely they stick to the suggested fat loss principles contained in the Claim Your Six Pack Abs system.

Typical weight loss for individuals who stick to a healthy eating meal plan designed to reduce body fat levels is 1 to 2 pounds per week, but weight gain is also possible if the individual is using strength training to add lean muscle mass to their frame at a rate faster than the initial weight loss due to displaced fat. In overweight or obese individuals, weight losses of 1 percent of total bodyweight per week are more common.

Faster weight loss in the first 1-2 weeks of an eating plan designed to reduce body fat usually represents water weight loss, not body fat. Faster fat loss is possible, but not likely. Rates of muscle gain and fat loss are difficult to predict and can vary based on a person's diet, level of physical activity, gender, and genetic predispositions.