Why liposuction fails

I think it’s obvious that your body stores fat wherever you have fat cells and that’s way people undergo liposuction to remove fat cells from a particular area of their body, but they don’t realize that they end up causing a redistribution of fat to other locations that might be less desirable.

For example, if a person follows an unhealthy lifestyle that results in the accumulation of excessive body fat, then they undergo liposuction to remove that body fat from their abdomen for example, but they continue to have the same unhealthy lifestyle that creates more body fat, then the body has to store that fat somewhere. Since the fat cells have been removed from the abdomen, the body is going to put that fat somewhere else like the knees, or under the chin, or under the arms and so on. Your body has to work with the fat cells that exist, and if you start removing certain fat cells, you end up with fat being stored in places you might not have expected.

So if you want to get rid of body fat, do it the right way: through diet and exercise and not through cosmetic surgery. Fat loss takes real work, and even though there are some helpful appetite control tools available right now, there are no magic pills that will do the work for you.



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  1. Misconception about abdominal fat | DietMotion

    14. February 2007 | 11:24 h

    [...] Your body stores fat wherever you have fat cells. This may sound obvious, but it’s actually interesting when you realize that people who undergo liposuction to remove fat cells from their body end up causing a redistribution of fat to other locations that might be less desirable. [...]

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