There are plenty of ways to lose weight, the most effective being good old-fashioned diet and exercise. There are lots of things you can try, like cutting out certain foods or ingredients (such as gluten, salt, or processed sugar), body wraps, diet plans, spa sessions, and the like. But none of them are as exotic and unique as the fat freezing process. Using a cooling lotion and gel packs, you can freeze the fat off your waistline by doing nothing else besides chilling out a little bit.
When you try fat freezing for the first time, be sure to start slowly and don’t start with the longer sessions right away. Work yourself up to the necessary cold tolerance by starting with shorter freezing sessions and gradually using longer sessions. It’s important to avoid eating, drinking, exercising, or ingesting hot food or drinks during the freezing sessions. You’re boosting your metabolism and crystallizing fat cells while you’re freezing the fat, so raising your core body temperature is counterproductive to the process.
By freezing the fat instead of burning it, you are able to whittle down parts of your waistline and legs–places where fat is commonly carried–in a way that was never possible. We’ve always been told we can’t spot-reduce, but by freezing the fat, now you can. You can reduce the fat on your abdomen quickly and easily, although it will take some tolerance for cold in the places where you apply the freezing packs. Be very careful when using the cold packs and don’t take on more than you can handle right away. As you build up your tolerance, you’ll find that you can handle much more the more you perform the freeze.
Obesity and weight gain are huge problems among Americans, but even if you don’t suffer from obesity, chances are that you have areas on your abdomen or thighs that you’d like to trim down. You don’t have to suffer through awful shakes, supplements, or time-consuming diet plans to lose weight and keep it off. There are ways to lose weight without changing every part of your lifestyle and throwing out everything in your refrigerator.