What are the benefits of losing fat? The obvious ones are that you feel better, and you look more attractive. But other great things happen to people when they lose fat — things they often don’t realize until after the fat is gone. Read on to discover new motivation for losing fat and to find out how CoolSculpting can help you lose diet-
Diet and exercise aren’t always enough to give you the sculpted body that you want. Until recently, your only alternative was surgery. But medical science marches on. Now there are several non-surgical treatments available that target and destroy fat cells in problem areas in your body. These treatments get rid of fat by using cold, heat, ultrasound, or radio waves.
Both women and men want sexy toned arms — and are willing to spend many hours in the gym to get them. Sometimes, though, exercise is just not enough. No matter how much you work out, your arms might still not look exactly the way you want them to. CoolSculpting for Upper Arms Now there’s a new solution for people
Cosmetic procedures are not just for women. Not anymore. Men are flocking to get treatments that make them look younger or more fit. CoolSculpting, a fast, non-invasive fat-reducing treatment, is especially popular with men. Why Do Men Go for CoolSculpting Treatments? CoolSculpting uses cutting-edge technology to get rid of fat cells. Men use it to reduce their “moobs” (man boobs), love
Few things make you look older than a double chin or a turkey neck. Exercise, unfortunately, won’t make much of a difference. There’s good news, though. The FDA recently approved using CoolSculpting procedures to get rid of fat underneath the chin. In case you haven’t heard of CoolSculpting, it’s a safe, non-invasive procedure that kills off fat cells by freezing
Year after year, one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to become thinner. Whether you make resolutions or not, think how great you would feel if this year you had the body you really want. The problem with resolutions is that they often fall by the wayside. But this can be your year for a new body!
You know you should exercise. In fact, you want to exercise. But it seems like no matter how many promises you make to yourself, you end up ditching the resolutions by the end of January. You’re not alone: A full 92 percent of people never end up keeping their resolutions, fitness or otherwise. Yikes! So what do you do if
So you exercise and watch what you eat. You lift weights like you’re supposed to, take your supplements, drink your bone broth and get eight hours of sleep every night. What are you doing wrong, then? Why aren’t you seeing the results you want? The answer could be that lingering fat cells in your trouble spots just need a little
The holidays pose a challenge to even the most dedicated fitness nuts. All that family together time, the celebrations at the office, the long-awaited trips to the ski lodge – events like these tend to lead to the “what-the-hell effect,” an actual scientific phenomenon in which we throw caution to the winds once we’ve blown our perceived dietary limits. That’s
Low-carb diets have been much on the collective mind ever since the South Beach Diet made its grand entrance decades ago. The apparent success of cutting out carbohydrates may be misleading, though. Any conscientious approach to eating, such as a low-carb diet, is likely to result in weight loss simply because now you’re tracking your food intake. However, that doesn’t