Eliminate Your Excess Bodyfat
By: Dr. Teresa Denney
There are basically two types of fat:
subcutaneous and intra-abdominal fat.
Most women store their fat subcutaneously
in their breasts, hips, buttocks and thighs (the traditional
“pear shape”), while most men store theirs in the abdomen, lower back,
chest and at the nape of the neck.
Intra-abdominal fat is the fat behind the
stomach muscles and around the organs. This kind of fat is the most
dangerous. All of the potential health risks, such as cardiovascular
disease and diabetes, are related to this storage of fat. The problem is
how we try to get rid of the “fat pockets”. Dieting by restricting
calories and increasing aerobic exercise only causes your genetic survival
mechanism to kick in. The body thinks it is in starvation mode and begins
to store anything that comes in as fat. These “fat pockets” are the
first to be filled up and the last to leave.
Your body has a set idea of how fat it
“wants” you to be. This is your “set point,” and how high or low
it is depends on several factors surrounding your growth and development,
such as what your mom did when she was pregnant, what you did during
puberty and what you’ve done as an adult. Your brain sets things up to
try to keep you at that “set point” weight, more or less. To a degree,
it can adjust metabolism and other body processes up and down in response
to over- and under-feeding, respectively. In general, for clear
evolutionary reasons, your body works far harder against you when you
underfeed than when you overfeed.
Essentially, your body wants to keep you at
a certain level of body fat (which is usually higher than you want)
because it thinks that the next famine could be around the corner. The
theory is, if food becomes unavailable tomorrow, you’ll live longer if
you’re fatter. In addition to the storage response your body has to
famine, your body has a well-developed way of keeping you alive, such as
slowing your metabolic rate, reducing activity so that you burn less
calories, making you hungry so you’ll go look for what food might be
available, and decreasing fat burning, as well as many others. All are
aimed at helping you to survive until food becomes available. In a few
thousand years perhaps, once our bodies have figured out that famines
aren’t coming, our genetics will adapt. Until then, metabolic slowdown
is the price to pay for dieting.
far as your body is concerned, dieting is really no different than
starvation. The only real difference is extremes; eating something
(dieting) versus eating nothing (starvation). In both cases, your body
recognizes that you’re eating less than you should, and it adapts
accordingly. The reason why Lipolyte works is because it gets rid of the
fat in those “fat pockets” without putting the body into “survival” or “starvation”
mode. Lipolyte is made of lecithin, liposomes and other natural substances
that support fat loss without triggering the survival or fat-storage mode.
Lipolyte treatments do not change your
body’s intake of calories, like dieting does; thus, it does not trigger
your body’s natural adaptation to changes in diet. In addition to
Lipolyte treatment, we recommend a moderate diet similar to the South
Beach, ZONE or Dr. Shintani’s vegetarian diet with a balance in proteins
and carbs. The diet includes complex carbohydrates such as whole grains
and other vegetables but not simple sugars.
Simple sugars and simple carbs are the major
cause of fat storage. By eating complex carbohydrates, we can help burn
fat; also, the body needs essential fatty acids and healthy fats to help
burn fats. This type of diet; in combination with the fat emulsifying
(dissolving) action of Lipolyte and exercise, is truly what we’ve found
to be an effective way to reshape the body. We are happy that Lipolyte is
in Las Vegas. Let your friends and family know in that area.
Call today for a free consultation 808-732-0888 or 866-248-9602. Check out our Web site, www.lipolyte.com