EXCESS BELLY FAT
WHAT IS EXCESS BELLY FAT?
Excess belly fat refers to the accumulation of fat deposits within the abdomen. This may be in one particular stubborn spot - for example, the lower 'pooch' that many women are left with after having children - or can refer to a more widespread distribution of fat around the stomach area. Some people carry fat in their upper abdomen, lower abdomen, or both. Fat in this area can often be resistant to diet and exercise.
WHAT CAUSES EXCESS BELLY FAT?
Excess belly fat can accumulate for a variety of reasons, including (but not limited to):
- Weight gain
- Genetic predisposition
- Certain medications
- Poor diet
- Age ('middle aged spread')
HOW CAN EXCESS BELLY FAT BE TREATED?
A surgical tummy tuck and / or liposuction are both suitable options, although both these procedures can be very expensive, incur a considerable 'downtime' and come with the associated risks of surgery.
Diet and exercise can help improve excess belly fat in some cases, but not all.
For excess belly fat that is resistant to diet and exercise, a NON-SURGICAL TUMMY TUCK is a safe, quick, cost-effective and PERMANENT solution. Using intralipotherapy (fat dissolving injections - DESOBODY) the fat cells are permanently destroyed, giving fantastic results.