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A Few Essential Facts About CoolSculpting

17 Apr
2015

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Consider this: According to a recent Gallup Poll, approximately 56% of Americans want to lose weight, and at least 18% of Americans say they want to lose “a lot” of weight — and when the country’s dietitians estimate that about 78.6% of American adults (34.9% of the total population) are obese, it’s not surprising that weight loss is one of the biggest health concerns today.

If you’re part of that 56% and you want to lose weight, developing and maintaining a healthy diet and exercise regimen are two of the most important things you can do. But sometimes you just need something to kick-start your routine, and sometimes it doesn’t seem to matter how much you exercise or count calories — there are just certain parts of your body that seem immune to your efforts.

In the past, invasive medical treatments and plastic surgery treatments were the only options available — and for many patients, these cellulite removal treatments still are the best options, in terms of cost and/or effectiveness. But another option that few people know about is something called a cryolipolysis treatment, or “CoolSculpting.” Here’s what you need to know about this revolutionary tummy tuck alternative:

  • Although CoolSculpting fat reduction procedures are fairly new, the process is FDA-approved and is a non-invasive way of reducing and removing excess fat cells from specific areas of the body.
  • CoolSculpting treatments don’t require any needles, subscriptions to expensive food plans, or diet pills with harmful side effects. Unlike traditional cellulite removal treatments, CoolSculpting has minimal recovery time and results that appear very quickly.
  • This procedure uses fat freezing technology, wherein the fat cells in targeted areas are frozen underneath the skin (but the skin is left unharmed). After the cells freeze, they start to drain out of the body naturally.
  • Because this fat freezing treatment is applied only to targeted areas where fat cells are located, and because the technology has been approved by the FDA, patients can be sure that CoolSculpting is a safe procedure. There is no damage to the skin nor to any tissues surrounding the fat cells.
  • Once the fat cells are frozen, they are no longer functional and the body will begin depleting them. In other words, CoolSculpting can produce long-term results by effectively removing fat cells (as long as patients maintain a healthy lifestyle).

As with any dramatic weight loss or cellulite removal treatments, it’s important that you discuss the implications of CoolSculpting with your doctor first, and that you work with a nutrition and exercise specialist to maintain a healthy body after the treatment too. CoolSculpting isn’t the perfect weight loss treatment for everyone, but it might just be the perfect weight loss treatment for you!

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