When the debate over healthcare was raging in the United States, most people were concerned about how to best cover patients when they get sick. However, very few people discussed the ramifications of healthcare for people who aren’t necessarily sick but have one of the most common medical conditions in the country: obesity. Obesity affects about a third of all American adults and a sixth of all American children. Overall, roughly 67% of American adults and 33% of American children are overweight or obese (obesity being defined as having a body mass index of 30 or higher and overweight as having an index of 25-29.9).
Being overweight or obese comes with serious complications, including heart disease, risk of stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and other illnesses. Even a modest reduction in weight such as 5% of your body weight can significantly reduce the risk of contracting these diseases and conditions, which just goes to show how serious having a lot of weight is.
When it comes to losing weight, there is no good substitute for diet and exercise. No matter what, your weight loss solutions will come next to nothing if they doesn’t incorporate diet or exercise. Still, sometimes diet and exercise aren’t enough to get rid of stubborn fat tissue deposits, especially in areas of the body that are notoriously hard to burn off (such as the abdomen, arms, and thighs). For that, Zerona body slimming is a perfect supplement for your weight loss goals.
What is Zerona? Zerona body sculpting is a non-invasive medical procedure in which low temperature lasers are used to pierce the membrane of fat cells and effectively destroy them. The lasers do NOT pierce the skin. No surgery, needles, or recovery time are required and more importantly, the procedure is painless. Zerona body contouring is a popular option for people who are doing their best to lose weight on their own but can’t seem to lose enough.
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