No, You Can’t Freeze Your Belly Fat Away

The fat freezing trend got very popular recently with thousands of machines promise to target the most stubborn fat deposits on your body and essentially blast them away.

It’s popular among many celebrities like Khloe Kardashian, Gemma Collins, Antony Costa, Ferne McCann and much more.

During that procedure, which is a non-surgical alternative to removing excess fat from under the skin by suction, fat cells are frozen for a period of time in the aim to reduce them.

However, researches proved that there are NO technological shortcuts to achieving physiological goals. Moreover, the FDA’s declaration supports the above by saying that “any device has been cleared at this time for weight loss, girth reduction, or for obtaining “rock hard” abs.”

Since fat doesn’t weigh as much as muscle, fat freezing won’t make you lose heaps of weight that’s why you should still control your weight and maintain a healthy diet with plenty of exercises.

This procedure might have some risky side effects such as numbness, mild to moderate pain, muscle cramping, swelling, and firmness. Some more severe consequences might be skin damage, leading to ulceration or scarring; prolonged or severe pain; abrupt fat layer changes, including “step-off” changes; and paradoxical adipose hyperplasia.

So the bottom line is you should get away of all of those “magical” solutions for losing weight without any effort from your side – there is no such thing and high chances you will be scammed or harm yourself. If you want to get lifetime weight loss results you should focus on creating your healthy daily habits that will eventually become your lifestyle routine. While all of those methods have a limit, lifestyle doesn’t!

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