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Body fat percentages

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Does body fat percentage(s) include all brain fat percentage(s) and all body fat percentage(s)? (When responding to this post) If the answer is 100% yes etc, what is the lowest body fat percentage(s) a person can have, and survive, and what is the lowest body fat percentage(s) a person can maintain, and survive
 
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Welcome to PF!

Is this a homework assignment?

Have you already checked the internet or books for this information?
 
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No my question is:

If human biological tissue has such a low fat percentage that it cannot be maintained and survive- would this have a negative effect on the muscle in that tissue?
If biological tissue has such a low fat percentage that it cannot be maintained and survive- would this have a negative effect on the muscle in that tissue?
 
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dont you need fat to maintain muscle?
 
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Have you already checked the internet or books for this information?
No my question is:

If human biological tissue has such a low fat percentage that it cannot be maintained and survive- would this have a negative effect on the muscle in that tissue?
If biological tissue has such a low fat percentage that it cannot be maintained and survive- would this have a negative effect on the muscle in that tissue?
You didn't answer jedishrfu's question...
 
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no this is not for homework this is just personal curiosity
 
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no this is not for homework this is just personal curiosity
You will show some effort, or your thread will be deleted. Your question *could* be for schoolwork -- we have no way of knowing for sure. And it is so easy foir you to show some links and effort toward answering your question here.
 
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yes but i find its rude for you to assume its for schoolwork, and to villify me based on that, without proof- if the burden of proof is on me the only proof I can provide is that Im not in school and I don't know how I would even provide that info, so I think the burden of proof should be on you if you are going to accuse me of that. not to be rude
 
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yes but i find its rude for you to assume its for schoolwork, and to villify me based on that, without proof- if the burden of proof is on me the only proof I can provide is that Im not in school and I don't know how I would even provide that info, so I think the burden of proof should be on you if you are going to accuse me of that. not to be rude
Please check your warning conversation thread...
 
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i have no idea where that is
 
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i have no idea where that is
You should have gotten "Alerts" for each post in the conversation. Alternately, pull down "My PF", and click on Conversations.
 

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