weight gain

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As the body de­vel­ops through pu­berty, it’s nor­mal to gain weight, es­pe­cially on the up­per arms, hips, thighs, breasts and butt. Gain­ing weight dur­ing pu­berty is not only nor­mal, it’s ac­tu­ally nec­es­sary for proper growth and de­vel­op­ment. As a girl de­vel­ops, the body will pro­duce more fat to al­low for fuller thighs, stom­ach and breasts, and wider ‘child-bear­ing’ hips. With­out weight gain, you can’t grow taller, de­velop breasts or get your first pe­riod.

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