For example, you’ll tell yourself that if you get the fat removed from your midsection, you’ll probably just gain it all back again. While this is true for some people, it doesn’t have to be for you. Liposuction can be your stepping stone to a healthier lifestyle.
Think about how many times you’ve dieted only to look in the mirror a few weeks later feeling depressed about your results. At that point of discouragement, instead of staying on the diet, you decide to quit because seeing so little results makes you feel like there’s no point in continuing.
Now, think about what would happen if you looked in the mirror and saw the body you’ve always wanted. A body in which you don’t have a muffin top, or feel your thighs rubbing together as you walk. It’s likely you’d be much more motivated to eat healthy and exercise to keep up that appearance, right?
Not convinced? Think you’ll revert to your old ways? Not so fast!
It’s incredibly unlikely you’ll go back to your old ways after all of the rave reviews you’ll be receiving about your new shape. You’ll feel so confident in your clothing, you’ll never want to let that confidence go. And you don’t have to – you can keep the body liposuction gave you for as long as you want.
To do that, you’ll need to come up with a plan. This plan should include professional advice about the exact number of calories you can eat each day to prevent you from gaining weight. We recommend joining a guided weight maintenance program or making an appointment with a Registered Dietician.
With your allowable calorie intake each day, you can then plan what you eat, so you don’t overeat. You’ll soon become very creative with low fat foods, so you can find the best tasting meals for the least amount of calories. Before you know it, you’ll love to eat healthy because it tastes good, it makes you feel full of energy, and it keeps you looking fantastic.
Don’t forget exercise. After liposuction, it’s even more important to stay on track. And don’t forget the benefits that exercise has on reducing stress levels. You’ll also burn calories.
This means you can either eat a bit more to maintain your weight, or you can choose to lose a little more simply by adjusting your exercise time. Exercise is essential to keeping a post-liposuction body fit, trim, and moving as easily as it does now for many years to come.
Besides helping your body look toned, youthful, and beautiful, a healthy lifestyle can save you from devastating illnesses and conditions such as heart disease (#1 killer of men and women), cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and some forms of cancer. You can’t beat all of these benefits!
There is even more to consider…
If you decide to have a liposuction procedure, you now have the option to store your fat tissue by enrolling in ATGRAFT from American CryoStem. Fat tissue has been in the spotlight lately for the promising medical research and treatments that are being developed. Therapeutic levels of stem cells can be found in our adipose tissue.
The medical community has been using these adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) to help heart disease patients rebuild muscle tissue, and stroke victims rebuild damaged areas of their brain.
Through layered autologous fat transfer, stored fat can also prevent women from having to live life without their breasts after mastectomy by using their fat tissue for breast reconstruction.
It can also be used in cosmetic procedures such as natural breast augmentation, permanent lip augmentation, buttocks enhancement, or wherever else a youthful boost is desired.
Liposuction and a healthier lifestyle can give you the body you want, boost your motivation to stay healthy, and you’ll also be able to store your fat to potentially save your life in the future or use it for cosmetic purposes. There’s really no better way to take care of yourself now and forever.
Blog post written by John DiFolco.