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Firm belly vs jiggly belly

I'm getting more of a firm belly but if I'm being honest I wish it was more of a jiggly one

Any advice on what foods/lifestyle choices determine this
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Firm belly vs jiggly belly

Jacen1008:
I'm getting more of a firm belly but if I'm being honest I wish it was more of a jiggly one

Any advice on what foods/lifestyle choices determine this


Not a whole lot. Most of this is up to your hormone and genetics. That said you may find limited success cutting out saturated fats and exercising.
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Firm belly vs jiggly belly

Not gonna lie my whole life always kinda, had a jiggly belly not so much of firm one no matter what diets or anything I was on I guess it depends on how you’re built so to speak.
And I mean that in the best way possible.
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Firm belly vs jiggly belly

My belly bounces and wobbles a lot, but feels more like an overfilled water balloon. Definitely firm. The jiggle happens above and below the belly.
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Firm belly vs jiggly belly

Mentat798:
My belly bounces and wobbles a lot, but feels more like an overfilled water balloon. Definitely firm. The jiggle happens above and below the belly.


Most people with large bellies have a combination of firm and soft.
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Firm belly vs jiggly belly

Mentat798:
My belly bounces and wobbles a lot, but feels more like an overfilled water balloon. Definitely firm. The jiggle happens above and below the belly.

Munchies:
Most people with large bellies have a combination of firm and soft.


Fair point. Depends on the composition. I've never heard of someone being able to directly influence their body one way or another though. I have heard of people's composition changing as they gain or lose weight.
I've also heard of people losing a lot of weight, and their body composition being different when/if they regain it. I've seen the speed of someone's gain impact it as well. But as has been said previously, it is mostly genetics.
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