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The human body is composed of a variety of tissues. The lean tissue of the body includes tissues, such as muscle, bone, and organs. These kinds of tissues are considered to be "alive," or metabolically active. The fat tissue (adipose) of the body is not active. It is
divided into three categories: essential fat, storage fat, and non-essential fat. Non-essential fat is considered a hindrance to health and serves no real purpose. This type of fat should be kept to minimum.

Body weight does not measure the percentages of lean tissue and fat tissue. Stepping on a scale is simply a method of measuring total body weight. Scales cannot indicate the difference between over-weight and over-fat. In order to measure the different body
tissues, a body composition analysis must be performed.

Tune-Up is a very convenient and enjoyable program for transferring body fat into muscle lean.

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