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Non Invasive Liposuction

Posted Jul 19 2010 12:34am

If you are searching for a non invasive liposuction procedure, you have options, just not the type of options that you may be searching for. Even if you do opt for a traditional liposuction expect to lose, at most, 10 pounds. Most times, liposuctions are performed on patients needing mild weight loss, not a complete fat removal.

mesotherapy: You can literally melt away weight with this type of procedure, which involves injecting a certain solution into your fat with a needle. Regardless, don’t expect to lose much weight with this method.

The aforementioned procedure has a lot of controversy around it. Since there are no regulations, the solution that is placed into your fat can vary from one doctor to the next, increasing the chance that you’ll be injected with a dangerous mixture.

This non-surgical procedure does not have the Food and Drug Administration’s green light and plastic surgeons generally frown on this type of procedure. Although nobody is quite sure exactly how this method will affect your body, theres a good chance that your cholesterol will spike up and that you may have some problems in your liver once you get all of that fat into your bloodstream.

Are there any other noninvasive treatments to consider? UltraShape, which is not available in the US, beams sound waves into your fat tissue. Its effects are insignificant and its expense makes it a very poor weight loss option.

Although you may not want to hear it, the best noninvasive form of liposuction is diet and/or exercise. Lets say you get a lipo. You’re going to lose up to 10 pounds, if you’re lucky. Once you do lose that weight, the only way to make sure it doesn’t come back is through diet and exercise. Within a week, if you don’t watch what you eat, you can get back all of your weight!

Whats a good method to lose weight fast? High intensity interval training (simply Google it for more specifics). Rather than running at a steady pace, you run in high intensity and low intensity intervals.

Andy is the author of Non Invasive Lipo and Liposuction Alternatives .

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