The Body You Always Wanted: 3 Ways to Deal with Excess Fat If All Else Fails

The Body You Always Wanted: 3 Ways to Deal with Excess Fat If All Else Fails

Nearly every human being wants a better body. Less flab and fat, more tone and defined muscles are the goal of a bodybuilder or runway model. But the everyday person can’t seem to obtain the perfect body without someone smacking the food out of their hands and making them work out like a new soldier in boot camp every day, all day.

But there is a better way to get the near-perfect body. You may not have heard of body sculpting, but it has been around for a few years now and shows great promise in removing stubborn fat. You can learn about body sculpting below.

Body Sculpting

This is one of the latest, and most effective ways, to deal with unwanted body fat. It is also basically painless as it destroys the fat cells without invasive surgical techniques.

This method of fat burning uses ultrasonic waves or radiofrequency to destroy fat cells through the skin, without cutting into a person. It is more of a resculpting of the various body parts that hold more fat cells than surgery provides.

One will see the results of these types of body modifications almost immediately. However; you will need to diet and exercise to maintain the results. You can pack on the fat cells again and need more treatments.

 

Weight-loss Surgery

There are four main types of weight-loss surgery and depending on several personal factors. Your doctor can decide which one would be helpful for your slimming goals.

Duodenal Switch with Biliopancreatic Diversion. This is a procedure that removes part of the stomach. Actually, a rather large part of your stomach will be removed, leaving only a small space for food.

Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding. This technique uses an inflated balloon to cut down on the amount of stomach that is left to digest and distribute food and calories.

Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. This is a small pouch method that bypasses the stomach altogether.

Sleeve Gastrectomy. Part of the stomach is removed and the remaining portion is shaped into a tube that cuts down on the amount of food as well as your appetite for certain foods.

With each of these surgeries, it means you will need to eat less in order not to get sick.

 

Eat Less, Move More

This is the plan for losing weight and keeping it off that the majority of physicians recommend to their patients that are overweight or obese. However, it may not work for everyone.

This plan is specifically for someone with a higher metabolism as well as an individual with more willpower than the average person. Losing weight with this plan is also contingent on what you eat, not just how much, as well as how much exercise you put into reshaping your body.

Before committing to one of these methods for losing weight, you will need to have both a physical and mental health exam. A doctor will need to determine if you are healthy enough as well as mentally sound enough, to have such surgery.

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