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Weight loss, loose skin in nipple area, man breasts. Treatment options?

hello, dr, i was 109kg, 3yrs before, now im 85kg,still working on gym, alot , my skin is losse because of nig weight loss , now im tonning it up, slowly,i got man boobs, i have tooned chest , very musculat , but my nipple area, is loose,can u help me for that, and can i eat cahwenits and almonds etc my trainer ask me to eat nuts in snacks.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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First of thank you for choosing HCM.
You can eat nuts etc its pretty good while working out as you get your healthy fats from these nuts.Try doing more cardio to bring the body fat% down thats the only way to lose "man boobs" , drink green tea helps speed up your metabolism so in turn better fat loss, and you are already on a lifting program which is again great for loosing fat and puttting on muscle. A combination of all these 3 will help you to reach your goals.
Thank you and take care
Answered: Thu, 7 Nov 2013
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