There’s no shortage of information nowadays about the obesity “epidemic” in the United States. The fact is, epidemic or not, the U.S. has a serious problem with its weight. Nearly two out of three Americans are overweight and more than a third of all American adults are obese. The problem has become so substantial that First Lady Michelle Obama made it a priority of her office to develop health and fitness programs, especially for children.
Of course, proper diet and exercise is the only true method of losing weight. With them, no method or procedure by itself will work — at least in the long-term. Still, some people who diet and exercise regularly have problems getting rid of stubborn pockets of fat located in the body. Sometimes diet and exercise aren’t enough to tot
Every medical professional will tell you that all weight loss programs have at least one thing in common: the emphasis on exercise and proper dieting. Without consistent exercise and healthy eating habits, no weight loss plan will get you anywhere. There is simply no other way to healthily loose weight. However, sometimes even with diet and exercise, those lumpy pounds are incredibly stubborn to burn off. For this reason, a laser liposuction procedure is a perfect supplement for your weight loss goals.
Liposuction, or lipoplasty, is a medical in which fat deposits are physically removed from the body. As previously stated, liposuction will not work unless it is combined with a vigorous diet and exercise plan in place. If it is in place, however, then liposuction surgery can help remove existing fat