Did you know that one out of every two adult men and women in the United States expressed a desire to lose weight? That's approximately 12 million people wanting to lose weight. Americans spend nearly $22 billion every year in an effort to lose weight. At last count there were 108 million dieters in the US.
In spite of all this, USA leads the world in obesity. This means Americans are going about their weight loss the wrong way and not surprisingly, they are failing miserably.
Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?
Are you worried that you are going to be overweight for the rest of your life?
If this sounds like you, you may be looking for a fat burner to help you get the extra weight off.
There are a number of techniques to get rid of stubborn body fat, right from diet regiments to surgeries to Liposuctions. The latest addition to the long list of weight-loss methods is the Ultrasonic Liposuction. This new ultrasound method melts away the fat, focused ultrasound waves are used to remove fat deposits, without the risks of surgery. The treatment is not only a method to reduce weight, but is also a way to remove fatty deposits which persists despite a healthy and active life.
How does Ultrasonic Liposuction work?
Non surgical liposuction is a painless, non-invasive and non-surgical ultrasound treatment used to remove fat cells and reshape the curves of your body, be it your Waistline, Hip, Thigh, Abdomen, or Upper Arms.
Each course consists of 6 to 18 sessions, which can be taken up to twice a week. This means that the course can be completed between 3 to 18 weeks, depending on the number of visits per week. Once the fat cells are removed through this treatment, it does not regrow.
However, the length of time that the body shaping will last depends on how much you eat and exercise. Remember that having the non-surgical liposuction is not a license to eat more or exercise less.
Where does the fat go after Ultrasonic Liposuction?
All fat released passes through your lymphatic vessels and ends up in your liver, which has the job of metabolizing it. Some of the fat will be burned off as calories, while some other fat will be stored in the normal way and lay down again, but this time evenly throughout your body.
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