Hug yourself because every part of you is important – yes, every single part of you, even your body fat. Your body fat can be used in many ways that will probably surprise, and perhaps, amaze you. You’ll never hate your curves again!
When they look in the mirror, they smile because the body they always wished for is looking back at them in their new reflection.
Did you know that the liquefied fat that was removed doesn’t have to be disposed of after liposuction? It can be stored for future use to enhance the breasts and buttocks or to help restore a more youthful look as you age. Ironic, isn’t it?
Suffering from breast cancer is devastating enough, but if you are at high risk of developing it due a mutation of the BRCA genes, you have the option of undergoing a preventative double mastectomy to eliminate the duct tissue from later developing cancer.
Fat grafting to the breasts, via a layered fat transfer, offers full reconstruction after mastectomy to restore breasts to their former size and shape.
For women who are already battling breast cancer and have lost one or both breasts, they can also opt to have natural breast reconstruction using their excess body fat along with the layered fat transfer technique. With this all-natural breast restoration option, the fat you’ve stored will serve to recreate your breasts naturally, over time, in increments of every three months.
By using your own adipose tissue, you can have luscious, fuller lips with permanent lip augmentation. Or, you can give yourself the gift of the curvy backside that your genes weren’t designed to give you. No matter what you want to augment, you can do it naturally with stored fat from other areas of your body such as your abdomen, hips, and thighs.
No one escapes the effects of the aging process, but they can be slowed down significantly in the skin. Adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) can rejuvenate the skin to reduce fine lines and wrinkles while improving skin tone and texture to a more youthful appearance.
The clinical results prove that a smoother and tighter face is what stem cells deliver; fine lines and wrinkles are significantly reduced, and the skin is softer, smoother, and glows.
This can be achieved from revolutionary skin care products, like U Autologous, that are made with your very own adult stem cells from fat. See, your fat really can make you look younger and more beautiful!
A new study published in Nature Communications reports that neural cells (astrocytes) can help stroke victims. These cells are important to the brain because it protects neurons from damage and death.
These neurons are what protect the brain from injury resulting from neurological disorders, such as stroke. By inserting these cells into the brain, stroke injuries may some day be reversed or greatly improved. This can have an enormous effect on the quality of life of stroke victims.
Although adult stem cells from the brain were used in this particular study, adult stem cells gathered from fat are also proving to be worth their weight in gold when it comes to medical treatments. In fact, today there are over 100 medical treatments available which utilize stem cells from fat.
Adipose tissue and stem cell storage may potentially save you from suffering the devastating effects of illnesses, degenerative diseases, and possibly even genetically-based conditions. Stem cell research is underway to discover the future of medical treatments for diseases of the eyes, heart, bones, nervous system, and much more.
What Can Your Body Fat Do For You?
Fat – did you ever think there were so many surprising uses for it? Now you don’t have to think so negatively about excess body fat on areas like the stomach, buttocks, and thighs.
Liposuction at a plastic surgeon’s office is the first step; the next step is to store what’s been removed using ATGRAFT tissue and stem cell storage.
From that point on, and for the rest of your life, you’ll have the ability to take advantage of natural breast reconstruction, autologous fat transfer based cosmetic enhancements, stem cell skin care, and even medical treatments.
Enroll in ATGRAFT today and find a Network Provider near you by calling us at (732) 747-1007. We look forward to helping you secure your future!
Blog post written by John DiFolco.