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signs that women know they getting thinner

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Lets face it, we women, know when we lose weight and don't need to see the numbers on the scale to tell us that! Truly, we should not step on the scale to know that there is improvement and a decrease in the body shape and fat percentages. We just know the little changes even if other people have not yet seen them.

All of our life we have been told that we need to maintain a healthy body weight. We are told that we need to be in the right range of the healthy BMI and it can cause us to worry too much about what we weigh. Do we have to stand on the scale and see the numbers going down to know that we are in the right direction of losing weight? Are there other signs, much more personal and true, that could give us the important feedback of weight loss? What are the signs we know so well in our body when our weight is changing? Maybe it's time to give them more attention and fewer to the numbers on the scale?!

5 major changes that prove to us women that we losing weight?  

1. The small fold on the back - Yes, it pokes out below the bra band, just below the closing of the bra and to the side. No matter if the bra is elastic, with lace or silk, there is always a fold of fat beneath. True, our look from the front is always important, but the side fold below the bra always irritated us. When our weight is increasing, the fold increased with it. What a great joy it is to discover that along with weight loss there is reduction in this fold and it can eventually disappear.

2. The cup of the bra – Unfortunately, you cannot choose where the fat goes down when you are losing weight! One of the first places where most women go down is the chest. Sometimes it's a blessing if the breast was heavy and caused back pain, and sometimes it's very annoying when the breast is slimming and loses shape. Either ways, changes in cup are a hallmark that helps us to known that we are losing weight, especially fat tissue. So, even if you are not satisfied from the decrease in the extent of your breast, at least find a way to spoil yourself with a new wardrobe of bras (you deserve it!)

3. The gap between the thighs - What a relief, what a pleasure it when you can stand or walk without both legs rubbing against each other. Decrease in the amount of fat in the whole body and especially in the hips is a double joy. You can feel much more comfortable to wear pants, dresses or skirts. And it even better when everyone ales can see the difference. 

4. The cleavage – Most of the time we don't give too much attention to improvements in the appearance of our chest, shoulder, collarbone and cleavage, especially when we are losing weight. The change is especially noticeable when wearing "V" cut shirts and dresses. These changes are very small but suddenly you begin to see tendons and thoracic regions that were previously hidden by fat tissue. Sometimes you even begin to see the beautiful finish line of the bones in the shoulder and the upper part of the chest. This is not a big or drastic slimming! Yes, it is a slight change but a very significant one, and the general feeling when you wear tank top or a tight shirt is so wonderful.

5. The necklace - when losing a lot of weight even jewelry can sit differently on us. For example a necklace that sat on us great just a few weeks ago suddenly seem too big and does not sit the normal place. Sometimes the weight change may require a change in the necklace's length. Sometimes it's just a great feeling when a necklace that used to be very tight on the neck, now sits in the right place.

Yes, we know our body best and any changes to it. So why don't we listen to our body during the process of dieting? Especially on a diet, we need to listen to our body and enjoy the small changes that we can see and feel, even if the numbers of the scale still are not decreasing at the expected rate.

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