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    So a while ago I noticed that I can't put on very much body fat at all. I sometimes get bloated after I eat but when I wake up I am back to normal.
    I have really small joints with broad shoulders.
    At first I thought it was just fast metabolism but i'm 160 pounds 5ft6 and 20, my dad is 5ft11/6ft so I was wondering if it was a medical problem. I also eat a ridiculous amount quantity wise for my size and drink milk (which I think causes some bloating in the morning)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So a while ago I noticed that I can't put on very much body fat at all. I sometimes get bloated after I eat but when I wake up I am back to normal.
    I have really small joints with broad shoulders.
    At first I thought it was just fast metabolism but i'm 160 pounds 5ft6 and 20, my dad is 5ft11/6ft so I was wondering if it was a medical problem. I also eat a ridiculous amount quantity wise for my size and drink milk (which I think causes some bloating in the morning)
    That isn't unhealthy at all. I'm the same age and height as you (well, 5'7) and weigh 142lbs, I wouldn't mind losing a bit more but I'd hardly class myself slim. Want to lose a little more before I'm happy.

    Diets good (nutrient wise) but want to lose a little weight...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So a while ago I noticed that I can't put on very much body fat at all. I sometimes get bloated after I eat but when I wake up I am back to normal.
    I have really small joints with broad shoulders.
    At first I thought it was just fast metabolism but i'm 160 pounds 5ft6 and 20, my dad is 5ft11/6ft so I was wondering if it was a medical problem. I also eat a ridiculous amount quantity wise for my size and drink milk (which I think causes some bloating in the morning)
    You not going to get any medical advice here at all, maybe some wrong advice if anything . Best thing to do is to discuss any problems you may have with your GP and that should put your mind at ease.
 
 
 
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