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Is Liposuction The Way To Go For Weight Loss?

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Is Liposuction The Way To Go For Weight Loss?

Postby Admon » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:37 am

Good luck, if you plan on liposuction! I would never even think of it (but I'm completely terrified of needles). Here's a page on the different procedures http://www.liposuction-costs.com/liposuction-procedure.html (ahhhhh). I'm a believer of hard work, and not taking the easy path to anything. Being committed to exercise just 3 times a week and sticking to low fat foods, I can't see how anyone can't lose weight. I lost 15 pounds in 6 months doing this. No pills, no depriving myself, no liposuction. Just treadmill or bike 30 minutes a day, 3 times a week, and adjusted my eating habits a little. I would reward myself once every weekend with some kind of junk food (a chocolate bar, cheeseburger, milkshake...). Here's another site that discusses natural weight loss http://www.analyzing-weight-loss.com/.
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Postby Lawe » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:38 am

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Postby Cynerik » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:39 am

Geesh, people can be so judgemental, can't they? Obviously either people who've never had a weight problem, or the converted (I can never decide which is worse).


I've struggled with my weight for a good portion of my adult life.
From about 16 my weight yo-yo'd up and down from being unhealthily underweight to unhealthily overweight.
My wardrobe had every size in it from a 6 to a 20.
I've done every diet going and never seemed to get anywhere for very long (except for those times when I literally was too poor to be able to eat more than one meal a day - which is NOT a healthy way to lose weight!)

Finally I found a program that worked! They are out there.
There are successful ways of losing weight, but it's never a miracle solution.
It always requires work.

I'm not going to go down the route of explaning to you the 101 things you can do to try and lose weight, because that's not what you asked for.
You asked for information about liposuction.


If you are serious about considering it, go and talk to your doctor.


Yes, you will lose weight overnight.
But... it's not perfect.
You don't come out looking like Cindy Crawford.
You will come out with excess skin (which depending on how much fat you are having suctioned may mean you need surgery to remove it).
The immediate affect (after the swelling and bruising has gone) is also very lumpy.
Until your body starts to metabolise the fat, it doesn't look slim and slender, it looks like a sack of potatoes.

The immediate side affects: there will be pain, there will be bruising and swelling.
Depending on how many incisions are made, how much fat is removed and how well the procedure goes, there may be a lot of drainage, possibility of infection and scarring.

Liposuction is actually most effective on, ?Normal-weight people with firm, elastic skin who have pockets of excess fat in certain areas.?

This is a really good site for information about it: http://www.e-liposuction.com/

If you do decide to proceed with liposuction, the most important thing to do is talk to a dietician.
Get some sound advice on how to adjust your lifestyle AFTER the surgery to ensure you don't regain the weight.

The choice is yours.
It's not for me personally, but that doesn't mean it's not a viable option.
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Postby cartwright » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:40 am

Expect to gain weight in other areas. Fat cells are done being made by the time you are in your teens. So if you have those fat cells "sucked" out of your body the extra calories that increase the size of your fat cells have to go somewhere else, so they go to what is left. For example, if you have a large belly but a small butt and you have liposuction on your belly, in the next couple years you might notice that your butt is getting huge. That is because the fat cells in your stomach that used to absorb the extra calories aren't there anymore.
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Postby Abiel » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:41 am

jog on the treadmill at 4 mph for 25 minutes or at 7 mph for 9 minutes
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Postby fferyll12 » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:44 am

If you are 30 pounds overweight--then liposuction will help you.

If you are more than 100 pounds overweight-then

obesity surgery like lapband or gastric bypass surgery will help you..

my cousin got her lap band surgery in India last year--and lost 110 pounds in 1 year--and this year she got her tummy tuck surgery done to get rid of loose skin hanging.her treatment was

arranged by the forerunners healthcre company---India is very cheap and safe for these surgeries.hope this helps. http://www.forerunnershealthcare.com
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Postby Leifur » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:55 am

It is certainly the easiest way.

However, scientists have shown that having fat removed by liposuction does NOT produce the extact same results as dieting.

When you have liposuction done, your risk of certain weight-related diseases does NOT drop, whereas if you diet, your risk DOES drop.

Strange and depressing. Plus the price of liposuction is no small matter.

Personally, I would go with the liposuction anyway, and I would still try to change my eating habits just to be on the safe side.


Good luck!
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Postby Gadhra » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:56 am

liposuction is not a good way to lose weight.


I have a friend of mine who applied for that and she just looks terrible.


She is 300 pounds overweight and after the surgery, the flabs of skin are huge.


I lift one of the flabs and it felt disgusting.

It made her image a total wreck

I recommend you not do the procedure.
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Postby Gusg » Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:58 am

Have you tried natural Hormone therapy coupled with

glandular therapy? Have you read Nourishing

Traditions? If you have not done these thing then

I challege you to do them and read.

These are not crash diets, and there are no counting calories

just natural food that your body was meant to have.

BTW i would bet the FARM that you have a hormonal

disorder that is making it hard for you to lose anything.

Get support for your endocrine glands...
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Postby Treves » Sat Jun 03, 2017 3:29 am

NO!!

Liposuction is major surgery. There is an increased chance of blood clots and all other risks associated with surgery. Unless you change your lifestyle to include a better diet and excercise, the weight will not stay off.
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