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    Body fat

    33 male 5'10 200lbs. Lowering my body fat for about 3- 4 weeks now this is the first time ive atempted something like this im down about 5lbs. Is 1.5 -2 a good rule of thumb for fat loss and not muscle loss becuase one wants to generaly keep whatever muscle you have, so does 1.5 generaly equal fat loss? And is it really just calories in vs calories out. So far it has seemed that way for me ( as long as you stay in your macro ratios and calories for the day
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    You are correct. It is calories in vs calories out.

    2 pounds a week is a good rate of weight loss so you are doing well so far. To prevent muscle loss you should be on a good lifting program and continue lifting while you lose the fat. If you don't have much muscle mass and/or you haven't been lifting, muscle loss wont be too much of an issue, but you really should be lifting.

    Congrats on the progress and keep it up
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