Weight loss cant do it naturally? liposuction?

•July 27, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Okay lets start this blog off with the topic of weight loss

As we all know there are many ways to lose weight both natural and artificial

Today i will discuss why if you decide to lose weight you should always do it naturally, by jogging, counting calories etc… instead of cheating by “wasting money” on liposuction. If you are in need of losing weight and you have tried dieting and exercising but still couldn’t drop the weight should you have liposuction?

First for you curious readers what is liposuction?

liposuction is the surgical removal of fat cells through a stainless steel suction tube called a cannula. Liposuction was first performed in 1974 and was a tremendous improvement over previous surgical body contouring techniques. There have been many advances in liposuction procedures over the last few decades, making it one of the safest and most popular body contouring surgeries in the world.

If you are considering liposuction, it is important that you have realistic expectations. Although dramatic results can be achieved, they may not be as immediate or obvious as you would like. As with all plastic surgery, the success of liposuction will depend on a number of individual factors, such as age, skin elasticity, weight, and overall health. Liposuction is not appropriate for people with a weakened immune system, diabetes, heart or artery problems, or a history of blood clots or restricted blood flow. You are a good candidate for liposuction if you are of normal weight; have healthy, elastic skin; and have specific “trouble areas” such as the tummy, thighs, and butt that will not respond to changes in diet and exercise. Liposuction is also appropriate for women who are considering breast reduction, and for men who suffer from gynecomastia, or male breast development.

( http://www.docshop.com/education/cosmetic/body/liposuction/)

So what does this mean?


If you are considering liposuction you must remember this crucial information after the procedure has been performed your body will realize that it has just lost a massive amount of stored fat for survival. After your procedere nearly all foods you eat will be stored for fat because you just lost so much weight. Also if you have horrible eating habits ( like most people who consider liposuction ) you will gain all the weight you just lost back within six months. You must understand that if you wish to keep this weight off you MUST figure out your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Your BMR is the amount of calories you must eat in one day to sustain you bodyweight. After figuring out your BMR http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/ you must count calories. What this means is when you eat a 100 calorie snack you take out your booklet and add 100 to your consumed calories. After liposuction count your calories making sure you don’t eat over your budget. Most importantly stay away from sodas and any high sugar or high carbohydrates foods or drinks.

So earlier i said surgically removing fat from the body was a waste of money. I will always believe this, due to the fact that According to a study, Not only are patients who have poor eating and exercise habits more likely to gain weight after liposuction, those who do gain weight have a 62 percent chance of an increase in clothing size, causing them to be 10 times more likely to be dissatisfied with their results – compared to patients who eat a healthy diet and exercise. people you have liposuction performed usually end up heavier than before.

Only if you can count calories, stay active and maintain a schedule like this will you keep the weight off.

Tomorrow i will explain ways to lose weight naturally and reveal secrets about natural weight loss that people pay money to know

Day 1

•July 27, 2008 • 2 Comments

Hi. My name is Omar, and this is day 1 of my new blog.

Let’s see what is to come….