No not fat, I would say put more emphasis now on weight training etc. What looks like fat is prob just loose skin so keep eating healthily and doing exercise, but I wouldn't want to lose any more weight if I were you.
I don't think you're fat, but you either have loose skin or an unusual body fat distribution.You say you lost weight via a no carb diet, I would advise to take up some exercise, and start re-introducing some carbs into your diet because you'll need them to maximise your potential in a workout.
Depending on what you do, how you eat, you may find your mass will increase, decrease or stay the same, but the aim here is to add to your muscle mass, and as you gain muscle use the change in the shape of your body to determine whether or not you require to then reduce your body fat.
As I've said, it's difficult to say if it's fat or loose skin at this stage.
(Original post by beepbeeprichie)
I've been pretty fat for most of my childhood (around 30 BMI). About a year ago I started losing quite a bit of weight and am now a 'healthy' BMI. But I still look fat, right?
I reckon if you made your chest bigger and back bigger you would look fairly trim if you kept your bottom half the same. It is is a matter of perspective and your narrow upperbody makes your lower body look bigger.
You're skinnyfat, you have an amount of fat that would look decent if you had a reasonable amount of muscle, but you don't and hence you look like this. You can keep going with just diet but it will be easier / faster if you do weight training.