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Bloating?
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Bloating?

So, when I wake up in the morning, I am significantly thinner looking. I think this is pretty normal amongst most people... but I'm wondering WHY I look so completely different in the mornings and later in the day/evening? I mean, is it just general bloating? I don't suffer from acid reflux, gas, indigestion, or anything uncomfortable like that. I don't feel bloated either. But there's such a significant different and I'd just LOVE to look like I do in the mornings throughout the entire day! It's just a slimmer, more slender look through my midsection. Is there anything I can do to prevent myself from expanding so much? Haha. Or is this just life?
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I'm exactly sure why it happens either besides that you haven't eaten anything for the past 7+ hours. It happens to me too!
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you think thats the only reason why.
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