Kyle Leon Review - The Fat in Another Place

Friday, April 05, 2013

Liposuction can absolve us from the local thickness, but over the years the "lost" fat back - but not in places with removed, but particularly in the abdomen and arms, say scientists from the Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences. In a study conducted with 32 lean, healthy women, mean age 35 years, found that one year after the liposuction concentration of body fat in the body returns to baseline levels. The difference is that the fat does not accumulate again there were removed, but is dispersed in the rest of the body.  As the researchers write in the latest issue of inspection “Obesity” from the 14 volunteers underwent liposuction of the hips and thighs, while the remaining 18 served as the control group (for comparison).

The panelists agreed not to make changes in their lifestyle until completion of the study.
The researchers, submitted to special controls women at baseline, and at six weeks, six months and one year after the liposuction, to assess the distribution of fat body. At six weeks after liposuction, the volunteers who had made were lost on average 2.1% body fat, but in one year this difference had vanished. However, the fat is not "back" in the same places, but "distributed by the thighs to the stomach."Article resource by Kyle Leon Fitness

Do not care

From the volunteers who also had liposuction done, half said they did not change their minds and submitted these to the process, as they had decided (the researchers agreed with them that if they want, they will do liposuction at half price, just completed the study). Commenting on the findings of the new study, "fat redistribution occurs upwards", mainly in the upper abdomen, but also around the shoulders and triceps arm muscle arms,

Causes of Redistribution

Analyzing the findings, researcher: obesity researcher at Columbia University, explained that liposuction destroys the structure under the skin, and that is probably why they do not grow back fat cells in places with removed. Instead, the body compensates for the loss by stimulating the growth of new fat cells in other areas of the body. Liposuction is the most popular cosmetic procedure. The first techniques developed in the 70s, while contemporary forms made by placing a tube under the skin, which removes the desired amounts of fat by aspiration. The fat cells in humans living about 7 years and every time someone dies, it creates a new one to replace it.”