How does Lipolysis work?

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How does Lipolysis work?

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We have compounds in our digestive systems designed to digest and break down the fat component in our food to enable it to be taken up by the liver and used for energy and other purposes. By modifying these compounds and injecting them directly into the fat tissue, the fat tissue will be similarly digested and broken down. As the fat cells are broken down their lipid content is released to the liver where it is used up for energy in much the same way as the dietary fat. The result is that fat cells are physically broken down and removed permanently. Who should have Lipolysis? Lipolysis should not be considered as a treatment for general weight loss as this should be done by diet and exercise. The ideal candidate is a person who is within 10 kg of his or her ideal body weight and who exercises regularly and maintains good eating habits, but is unable to lose persistent localised areas of fat deposits. For men, this is usually the abdomen and waist. For women, it is usually on the abdome

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