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Post-Suck Fat Can Fat Again

Liposuction (liposuction) is effective in removing excess fat that interfere with performance. Unfortunately, the results of a cost of expensive procedures, can not be permanent because the fat that is used to return.

liposuction procedure can be performed in various parts of the body such as the stomach, calves, thighs, arms, and even parts of the enlarged male breast. If done by a competent physician that the result was effective.

But if you start to think about doing this procedure of removing fat, you should also know that the results of liposuction is not permanent.

Researchers at the University of Colorado, USA, doing research on the subject of 14 obese women who perform liposuction.

The average age was 40 years old woman, and generally have a body weight of 62.7 kg. In general are not fat but have fat deposits that are not distributed evenly in the lower abdomen, hips and thighs.

The procedure was liposuction removes about 2.1 percent of body fat, or about 4 pounds. Then the researchers compared the women’s group performing liposuction with 18 women who have fat deposits itself, but not perform liposuction and doing nothing for a year to lose weight.

Then the researchers measured changes in body fat in both groups at week 6, after six months and a year later with MRI and X-rays

In the group of liposuction, a year later found no significant changes in body fat, of course, since I started doing the liposuction. Fat tissue grows back in the abdominal area, subcutaneous fat (under the skin) or visceral fat is located deeper in the lower abdomen. In fact, the accumulation of fat in these parts are still produced on which to perform liposuction on the abdomen.

“In general thigh flab never comes back, but despite its appearance is still very slow,” he said in conclusion the researchers writing in the journal Obesity.

Researchers do not know why fat migrate to the abdomen, but warn that visceral fat is more dangerous than subcutaneous fat in relation to diabetes and heart disease risk.

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