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What You Need to Know about Food and Exercise to Lose Belly Fat Fast

Belly fat can be hard to budge; despite healthy eating and an active lifestyle, you can still find it difficult to get a flatter stomach. If the thought of putting on a bikini is filling you with dread, here are a few simple ways to lose belly fat fast and drop a waist size.

Do Fat Burners Work for Quick Weight Loss?

Often promoted as the easy solution for weight loss, fat burners can work, but online websites may sell fat burners that contain dangerous ingredients.

One dangerous ingredient in fat burners and fat burning tablets to look out for is DNP (Dinitrophenol). DNP can also be called:

  • Dinosan
  • Solfo Black
  • Dinitra
  • Nitrophen
  • Aldifen
  • Dnoc
  • Chemox

This industrial chemical should never be added to any supplement and can be fatal, even when consumed in small doses. Available in tablet, capsule, powder or liquid form, fat burners containing DNP might be found online, where it is increasingly difficult to regulate the sale of this product.

The Best Foods to Burn Belly Fat

Trying to consume food to burn belly fat without reconsidering your entire diet will probably be a waste of time. Even if you do manage to lose weight, it might not come off your stomach area and unless you eat a balanced diet, you are likely to miss out on nutrients your body needs. The truth is that your diet can only help you to lose weight over your entire body, as weight loss can never be targeted to one area (without surgery).

Probiotic Drinks, Foods or Supplements

Probiotics are live microorganisms, often referred to as friendly bacteria. They are found in many foods naturally and are also available in drinks and sold in supplements. As well as being good for your overall health, research has shown that diverse gut bacteria can help regulate weight. Research into bacteria belonging to the Lactobacillus family in probiotics and weight loss has also indicated that this strain of bacteria reduces the amount of fat absorbed from food. Not all probiotics contain this strain of bacteria. So you should always check the ingredients and look out for Lactobacillus fermentum, Lactobacillus amylovorus and Lactobacillus gasseri.

Soluble Fibre

An ingredient that is often not appreciated for weight loss is soluble fibre. Although it is found in food, it can be easier to top up the amount you consume by buying soluble fibre in supplement form to add to drinks. Research has indicated that soluble fibre may reduce the calories absorbed from food and help you feel fuller for longer.


High protein diets have long been known as an effective way to lose weight and maintain weight. High protein food has been shown to raise metabolism, reduce appetite, and enable the body to retain muscle mass during weight loss. One study also indicates that even short term, a high protein diet can increase weight loss. Protein can be found in a wide range of food. However, if you are struggling, you might want to consider buying whey protein to make drinks with.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has a range of benefits and adding apple cider vinegar has to be one of the easiest diet changes you can make. Studies have explored how apple cider vinegar can reduce blood sugar levels and aid weight loss.

Food Intake vs Exercise

A balanced diet with restricted calorie intake may help you to lose weight, but exercise is vital if you want to get a flatter belly,

Weight Training and Aerobic Exercise

Resistance training, also called weight training, helps build muscle and speed up metabolic rate, which can help you get a flatter stomach. Research has indicated that fat loss is faster when weight training is combined with aerobic exercise, One study showed that integrating both types of exercise results in the highest decrease in visceral fat, which influences hormone function and may cause belly fat.

Weight Loss and Belly Fat

Weight loss does not mean you will lose belly fat. Unless you are already close to your ideal weight, you will need to commit to longer-term changes and regular exercise if you want a flatter tummy. Don’t become disheartened if at first you can’t see any difference or seem to be losing weight slowly. It will take time to build muscle and use the methods above to change your overall nutrition, but if you keep it up you have the highest chance of getting that flat stomach, just maybe not in the next few weeks!

Other options are aesthetic treatments such as fat melting and fat freezing as well as infrared sauna therapy, also called cryotherapy, which can reduce fat in specific areas of the body. Perfect when you just don’t have time to see results from diet and exercise.

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Fat Freezing, Six of the biggest Misconceptions.

At Body Lipo Lincoln Fat Freezing is one of our most popular treatments with over 10,000 successful treatments performed to date.  There are many myths surrounding Fat Freezing below are the top Six myths solved:

1. Is Fat Freezing a weight loss treatment.

It is a mistake to think that fat reduction and weight loss are the same.  Fat Freezing crystalises the water content in the fat cell, the fat cell can’t live without water and slowly dies over a 2 to 8 week period removing the fat cell completely so you have fewer fat cells.   Weight loss will use the fatty acids in the fat cell through diet or exercise, so the size of the fat cell reduces but the number of fat cells in the body will remain the same waiting to be refilled.

2. Can Fat Freezing tighten the skin.

Fat Freezing treatment is just a fat reduction treatment, and will NOT tighten the skin.  Fat Freezing works by targeting the fat cells beneath the skin to freeze them, and over the period of 2 – 8 weeks, these fat cells begin to break down and die, then removed to the lymphatic system where it’s excreted away. If you’re looking for skin tightening as well as fat reduction, we would recommend either the Fat Melting or Power Sculpt treatments, or for just Skin Tightening we recommend Radio Frequency.

3. Can you only freeze the stomach.

Fat Freezing can be used on any area listed below:








4. Will Fat Freezing give instant results.

Fat reduction with Fat Freezing (Cryolypolisis) is a safe and effective procedure, we have been performing fat freezing treatments for several years with great success, however the results are not instant, you can expect to notice improvements in as little as 2 weeks, but in most cases, clients will see best results at 8 weeks post-treatment. We find that our best results come with a combination of technologies such as Fat Freezing, Fat melting, Shock Wave and Power Sculpt together to give optimal results.

5. Is Fat Freezing painful.

Fat Freezing is not painful, in treatment you will a coldness and then numbness for a few minutes until you get used to the sensation.  After the treatment, the therapist will massage the treated area to help break down the fat cells.  This is a non-surgical treatment so there is no downtime so you can return to a normal routine after treatment.

6. Can you gain weight after Fat Freezing.

Fat Freezing will not prevent the body from gaining new fat cells if we consume more calories than we use we will gain new fat cells as a natural part of the growth process. This is why it is important to make healthy diet and lifestyle choices after your treatment.

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What Is the Best Non-Surgical Fat Removal for 2022?

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Non-surgical body contouring, also known as non-surgical fat reduction, permanently destroys fat cells. There are various non-invasive fat removal treatments that aim to reduce or remove stubborn pockets of fat without surgery. Treatment can be applied to reduce and contour different areas of the body, such as the abdomen, thighs, bottom and upper arms.

Surgical liposuction and liposculpture procedures require incisions, stitches and anaesthesia, and have a number of associated risks and complications, including:

  • Risk of coma
  • Allergic reaction to the anaesthetic
  • Damage to internal organs
  • Pulmonary oedema (fluid in the lungs)
  • Pulmonary embolism (blood clot in the lungs)
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • Infections that may require treatment in hospital with IV antibiotics
  • Hematomas and Seromas (pools of blood/fluids under the skin which may require surgical drains)
  • Bruising and swelling for up to six months
  • Numbness for up to eight weeks
  • Permanent nerve damage (which can cause numbness or chronic pain)
  • Uneven skin texture with noticeable bumps and dips
  • Change in skin colour (which can be permanent)
  • Non-symmetrical results (especially when treating hips, flanks, thighs and upper arms)
  • Scarring
  • Lengthy recovery times
  • Fatality (although unlikely, all procedures with general anaesthetic carry the risk of fatality).

Surgical fat removal procedures are not intended to be a weight loss solution, and it can be dangerous to remove more than eight pounds of fat. Liposuction and liposculpture are best suited to people close to their desired Body Mass Index (BMI) and have tight, elastic skin. Skin elasticity reduces as you age, making liposuction and liposculpture less suitable for people over 50. 

Both surgical and non-surgical fat removal is intended to contour areas of the body by destroying fat cells in targeted areas. 

We use several types of non-surgical fat removal techniques at Body Lipo Lincoln. The most suitable method will depend on the area of the body being treated and personal preference.

Cavitation (ultrasound) Non-Invasive Fat Removal

Cavitation fat removal utilises low-frequency ultrasound waves. The ultrasound waves transmit energy approximately three centimetres deep into the subcutaneous fat. The resulting vibrations break down the fat cells, which are then naturally dispelled from the body in your urine. During treatment, the therapist will methodically work around the overall circumference of the targeted area. The result is permanent subcutaneous fat removal (the fat you can grab with your hands) and visible inch-loss of the overall circumference in the area treated.

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Cryotherapy (Fat Freeze) Non-Invasive Fat Removal

Cryotherapy uses cooling technology to reduce localised body fat. During treatment, the therapist uses a handheld vacuum device with cooling plates. This is positioned on the selected body area, which freezes the tissue to minus six degrees celsius. Because fat cells are far more susceptible to the cold than other cells, they crystallise and break down without damaging the surrounding tissue. The destroyed fat cells are absorbed and expelled by the body in urine, leaving the treated area to shrink over the following two to eight weeks.

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Radiofrequency (Fat Melt) Non-Invasive Fat Removal

Fat removal using radiofrequency lipolysis uses an applicator that does not touch the skin. The radiofrequency sends energy deep into the subcutaneous fat, which heats the fat and destroys fat cells without causing damage to surrounding cells and tissue.

Skin tightening using shortwave radio frequency, also referred to as radiofrequency (RF) therapy, sends energy waves into the skin dermis to stimulate collagen production and hyaluronic acid in the targeted area. This causes the skin to tighten and become smoother and more even in appearance.

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Recovery Time After Non-Surgical Fat Removal

Surgical fat removal such as liposuction and liposculpture require a period of downtime and the wearing of compression garments, which can be uncomfortable. Many people choose to have non-surgical fat removal because due to the low risk and associated complications, there is virtually no downtime. Following non-surgical fat removal treatment, patients can usually resume normal activities and return to work.

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Acoustic Therapy/Shockwave Therapy Skin Tightening Treatment

Acoustic therapy, also referred to as shockwave therapy, uses high-energy radial waves that squeeze the targeted areas to break down stubborn fat, stimulating collagen production and improving blood flow. This treatment also triggers lymphatic drainage, helping the body eliminate the destroyed fat cells and toxins for a faster result.

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Power Sculpt Therapy

Power Sculpt therapy uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic technology HIFEM®. This advanced device delivers a powerful but harmless form of electromagnetic stimulation to send electrical currents into the muscle. This causes supramaximal muscle contractions in a targeted area and contours the area of the body treated. The Power Sculpt machine builds abdominal muscles, biceps, triceps, buttocks, and thighs, and in just 30 minutes, your muscles will have completed the equivalent of twenty thousand crunches or squats. And, as this energy penetrates seven centimetres deep, the fat surrounding the muscle is also reduced, giving the muscles a more defined appearance.

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Infrared Light Therapy 

Infrared light therapy is completely safe and painless, working by raising the core body temperature to encourage sweat production. As approximately 65% of the human body is water, infrared light therapy aids the release of toxins through the sweat glands. When the core temperature of the body increases, your body enters the fat-burning stage, similar to a high-intensity cardiovascular workout. The heat also stimulates collagen production and increases elastin in the skin for tighter skin and improved body contours. 

Infrared Sauna Therapy

Non-Surgical Fat Reduction will normally require multiple treatments spaced over a period of weeks to produce optimum results. This will depend on the area, the amount of fat and how quickly the body responds to treatment. Some people will only need a one-off treatment such as Cryotherapy (fat freezing) or Cavitation (ultrasound) treatment; however, it may still be beneficial to combine treatments. Many people choose to include radio frequency (skin tightening) therapy and Power Sculpt HIFEM (muscle stimulation) treatments for additional definition. For increased feelings of wellness, we highly recommend Infrared Sauna therapy, which can help to lower stress hormones and has a range of physiological benefits. 

The Ultimate Body Contouring and Fat Melting Treatment Plan

Seven years ago, we designed the Fat Melting Treatment Plan. In addition to utilising a combination of permanent non-surgical fat reduction and skin tightening techniques, this plan encourages fat metabolism and incorporates Infrared Sauna Therapy to support various essential physiological functions. Designed to support general wellbeing and physical health, this treatment plan is one of the most popular treatments at Body Lipo Lincoln. Significant changes can be made to almost every part of the body, and the results are outstanding, with extremely high levels of client satisfaction. At only £120 per treatment, or a course of eight treatments for just £800, this is one of the best personal investments you will ever make.

If you are ready to find out how the Ultimate Body Contouring and Fat Melting Treatment Plan can help you achieve the body you deserve, please complete the below form to book an in-depth consultation. Following your consultation, the £25 consultation fee is redeemable against either a single treatment or a course of treatment.

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What’s The Difference between Weight Loss & Fat Loss?

When you have a weight loss goal, you probably break out the scale first. After all, it’s one of the easiest ways to measure your progress. But, there are limitations to what that number can tell you, and in many instances, it can take you down the wrong path. Namely: Weight loss and fat loss are not the same thing. We turned to an expert to break it all down.

What does weight loss mean generally?

So, the number on the scale is lower than the week before. When you see that number go down, you can’t automatically assume that it’s all fat. “Weight loss is a reduction of total body mass. When you see the number on the scale go down it could be from one or a combination of fat, muscle, and water loss.

Your body is mostly just water. “As much as 60 percent of the adult body weight is made up of water weight. The term ‘losing water weight’ just means a fluid loss in the body,”. Lots of things can cause fluid retention, like your hormones or eating a lot of salt or a higher carb meal. For each gram of carbohydrate stored in the body as glycogen, the body also stores three grams of water.

When you consume fewer calories, it’s also likely you’re also consuming fewer carbohydrates, whether that decrease is intentional (e.g., a lower carb diet) or natural (you’re eating less). During calorie restriction, your body dips into these glycogen stores for energy and releases the accompanying water. (So long water weight.)

The scale goes down as a result of losing water weight, and this accounts for much of the weight loss in the very beginning. Adding to the confusion, Water weight can fluctuate, so it can feel discouraging to see the number on the scale go up and down at different times of the day if you are not aware of the different variables and factors that can contribute to these changes. This is one reason why the scale can be a source of frustration and confusion and can be really de-motivating.

More likely, though, your long-term goal is to lose fat.

What is fat loss, then?

Weight loss can also result from fat loss (so consider fat loss under the umbrella of weight loss!). It’s tricky, though, because traditional scales can only tell you how much you weigh, and most won’t tell you if there’s been a reduction in body fat in particular. The scale simply shows your body weight, but does not specify anything beyond that. Just by looking at that number you don’t know if you’re losing water weight, fat, or muscle.

Body fat percentage, specifically, can be measured in the following ways:

  • Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA)
  • Hydrostatic Weighing
  • Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (BIA)
  • Skinfold Callipers
  • Smart scales

The DEXA scan is widely considered as one of the most accurate and comprehensive body composition tests. However, it can be expensive, and it’s usually accessible. You can also get a body composition test with callipers or use a smart scale that estimates body fat. These methods may not be as accurate, but could be a good starting place for those looking to learn more about their body composition.

Waist circumference is also another important measure, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For women, having a waist circumference of more than 35 inches signals excess abdominal fat, a marker of your risk for diseases like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

How do I lose fat, as opposed to muscle or water weight?

When you lose weight, some is from muscle loss. To preserve this lean tissue (which supports your metabolism), eat enough protein and strength train, two factors that will aid in eventual fat loss.  For sustained fat loss, being in a smallcaloriedeficit every day, along with exercise, instead of cutting out entire food groups and over-exercising, is what I would recommend for sustained fat loss,

 gradual reduction in calories to minimize muscle loss while still accomplishing fat loss. Focus on eating less fried foods, processed foods, and sugar while enjoying more fresh fruits, quality protein sources, and of course vegetables.

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What do fat cells do?

Fat has a bad reputation. Many people look to get rid of it and try to reduce levels of it in their diet. However, fat has a critical role to play in our body. This article explores what fat cells are, why we have them and how they work to play an essential role in the body. It also examines if it is possible to get rid of fat cells, and if so, how this can be achieved.

What are fat cells?

Fat cells are scientifically referred to as adipocytes and have developed as specialist cells within the body that make and store fat. As well as being a primary site for energy storage, they are also critical in regulating a number of the body’s internal processes.

There are two types of fat cells or fat (adipose) tissue within the body. Fat cells increase in size as more energy is taken in until they reach a maximum level and may then divide. The white fat cells store and release energy, and the brown fat cells generate body heat.

Why do we have fat?

The human body stores variable amounts of fat, including essential and stored fat. The healthy range for women is 21-36%. Men generally store less body fat, so their healthy range is between 12-25%. The number and size of fat cells in our body increase if excess energy is consumed.

As well as storing fat under the skin, known as subcutaneous fat, excess fat can also be stored on muscles, in the liver and on other organs. The visceral fat stored around the organs is the type that can be harmful and lead to a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and sometimes cancer.

Despite this risk, fat cells still have critical functions to play within the body, and we need to have a certain amount to keep us healthy. Fat cells store a lot of energy, which was very useful historically when we were much more physically active, and when food was not so readily available. The fat cells would release this energy into the bloodstream, when required, and use it as fuel; critical for survival in challenging environments.

Fat also acts as a layer of protection that helps to insulate the body and safeguard our internal organs from any harm. These cells are also involved in metabolic processes that keep our body functioning correctly.

How do fat cells work?

Our body’s primary source of energy is carbohydrates, which is either used immediately in the form of glucose or accessed from glycogen stores in the liver and muscles. Once the store of carbohydrate is depleted, our body switches to fat for energy. Training the body to burn fat efficiently as a fuel source can promote weight loss.

It is our white fat cells that take care of a lot of our energy homeostasis, storing the excess energy as triglycerides. When triggered by a lipase enzyme, the fat cells release their fatty acids into the bloodstream for use by other organs. The triglycerides are the fuel source that powers many of our body’s internal processes, as well as our external day-to-day activity.

White fat cells and adipose tissue also play a crucial role in regulating lipid metabolism, secreting important molecules that contain hormones, such as leptin, adiponectin, and adipsin. Hormones act as a signalling system within the body, and these secretions by our fat cells help to determine our food intake, insulin sensitivity and insulin secretion.

Brown fat or adipose tissue is vital for heat regulation. The higher levels of mitochondria in brown fat, compared to white, enables it to release its stored energy as heat and protect the body against hypothermia. This process is critically important for newborns and for those residing in colder climates. Studies have shown that people exposed to a cooler environment develop more brown fat and have corresponding changes in their metabolism.

The role of brown fat is not fully understood. However, its potential has led to increased interest in the research community, who are looking to establish whether its calorie-burning properties could be utilised for weight loss.

Can you get rid of fat cells?

When you diet or exercise and your energy expenditure is more than your calorie intake, your body will begin to breakdown fat for energy, and it is this process that leads to weight loss. As the body metabolises the fat, the energy is expended as heat or used for physical or internal activities.

Fat cells are incredibly easily created when a high-fat diet is consumed. Weight is also gained as these fat cells increase in size. However, unfortunately, the reverse is not so simple. Dieting will shrink fat cells, but they do not die and, therefore, it does not get rid of them. Although the fat cells are smaller in size, the fact that they remain is one reason why individuals can regain weight again quickly after going on a diet.

There are some treatments available that get rid of fat cells permanently. Liposuction is one option, but as an invasive procedure, it can lead to complications, and there is no guarantee that results will be successful.

Fat Freezing, also referred to as Cryolipolysis®, is an FDA-cleared procedure that removes fat cells permanently. Its process is non-invasive, and with over eight million procedures performed worldwide*, it has become the leader in this form of fat treatment. 

How does Fat Freezing get rid of fat cells?

Fat Freezing gets rid of fat cells using a localised freezing procedure. As the fat cells freeze, they are destroyed and then removed by the body’s natural processes. Fat Freezing is useful for targeting stubborn areas of fat, and studies have shown that this fat-freezing process results in significant targeted fat reduction.

What can I expect during a Fat Freezing treatment?

One of the frequently asked questions by patients exploring the Fat Freeze procedure is what to expect on the day of the treatment.
The procedure is non-invasive and uses no needles or anaesthetics. This means that, other than mild swelling or redness, most patients are able to get back to their day-to-day life with minimal interruption.

Prior to the treatment day, you will meet with a Body Lipo Lincoln specialist for an initial consultation. This medical professional will go through everything to expect during the process, explore if the Fat Freezing procedure is right for you and, if so, design a customised treatment plan.

On the day of your treatment, an applicator will be placed on the area of fat targeted. A vacuum will then be used to gently pull the tissue into the device and begin to freeze the fat cells by exposing them to very cold temperatures. During the treatment, you may feel a mild tugging sensation as the targeted area is pulled into the device. While the fat cells are freezing, you are likely to experience a localised intensely cold feeling before the area numbs.

What results can be achieved from a Fat Freezing  procedure?

Depending on the size and number of areas targeted, you may require more than one Fat Freeze treatment. Results from the procedure are likely to show within two to eight weeks. Fat Freezing gets rid of fat cells permanently, so by following a healthy lifestyle post-treatment, the results can be maintained. 

Ready to take the next step & try Fat freezing for yourself?

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Fat Freezing the hottest trend!

There has been a lot of buzz lately about fat freezing. Freezing fat, known medically as cryolipolysis, is one of the hottest trends in non-invasive body sculpting — that is, losing pockets of fat without needles, knives, or real downtime.

The basics of Body Fat.

Let’s start with the basics. Not all fat is created equal. We have two distinct types of fat in our bodies: subcutaneous fat (the kind that may roll over the waistband of your pants) and visceral a fat (the stuff that lines your organs and is associated with diabetes and heart disease.

From here on out, when we refer to fat, we are talking about subcutaneous fat, as this is the type of fat that cryolipolysis targets. A recent study showed that the body’s ability to remove subcutaneous fat decreases with age, which means we are fighting an uphill battle.

Cryolipolysis — which literally translates into cold (cryo) fat (lipo) destruction (lysis) — was invented, in part, by observing what can happen when kids eat ice lollies. No kidding here. The cofounders of this process were intrigued by something called “cold-induced fat necrosis” that was reported to occur after young children ate ice lollies that were inadvertently left resting on the cheek for several minutes. Skin samples taken from the patients, these showed inflammation in the fat, but normal overlying skin. Thus, it appeared that fat may be more sensitive to cold injury that other tissue type

Using this concept, a cooling device was tested on pigs in 2007 to see if fat cells could be selectively destroyed. The results were promising and predictable; there was about a 15mm reduction in the pig’s fat layer, without damaging the overlying skin, in the treated areas. By 2010, the first cryolipolysis technology approved for human use, the treatment was cleared for love handles. Clearance for treating other parts of the body, including the thighs, belly, bra fat, back, underside of the buttocks, and chin soon followed.

How does cryolipolysis work?

No one knows for sure, but we think that a few days after treatment, the cooled fat cells die. Over the next several months, macrophages, part of the immune system’s clean-up crew, digest the dead fat cells.

A cool procedure

To date, there have been more than eight million fat freezing treatments performed worldwide. Unlike liposuction, which can require anaesthesia and comes with risks of bleeding or serious infection, Fat Freezing is a relatively safe in-office procedure, with minimal pain and no downtime.

The treatment itself takes 30 to 60 minutes per application, and multiple applications may be needed to cover an area.

The most common side effects of treatment include redness, bruising, swelling, tingling, numbness, or darkening of the treated area. Most of these side effects, if present, will resolve within several hours after treatment.

Results can be seen as soon as two weeks, with maximum benefit seen at approximately three months. Average reduction in fat ranges from about 10% to 40% per round of treatment, and there is no evidence of any body-wide side effects. A second round of treatment may be needed after several months, depending on the desired results.

Who’s a good candidate for fat freezing?

Cryolipolysis appears to be a safe and effective treatment for fat loss without the downtime of liposuction or surgery. But it is important to note that cryolipolysis is intended for fat loss, not weight loss. The ideal candidate has stubborn, pinchable areas of fat that are difficult to get rid of with diet and exercise. Cryolipolysis also doesn’t target visceral fat, so it won’t improve your overall health. But it may help you fit into your favourite pair of skinny jeans.

Choosing the right clinic?

Multi Award Winning Body Lipo Lincoln is a medical lead clinic using only the best in Cryolipolysis technology,  we believe only highly trained medical professions should preform aesthetic treatments, when choosing your clinic ask to see qualifications of practitioner and before and after pictures of their work (NOT STOCK PHOTOS).  Every reputable clinic should be proud to show you their work and credentials.

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