The first thing to know about stubborn fat is that it is physiologically different than other fat. Stubborn fat has a high density of alpha-receptors compared to betas, is more insulin sensitive, and receives less blood flow than regular fat.
Subcutaneous fat (fat below the skin) is more stubborn than visceral fat (the fat around your organs) or intramuscular fat (the fat in your muscle). The most stubborn areas of fat are the hips, butt, thighs of women, and the love handles on men.
It is not uncommon to have pockets of fat resistant to traditional methods of reduction such as diet and exercise. This ‘stubborn fat’ can affect people of all shapes and sizes and is more to do with a genetic predisposition than a lifestyle. Fat pockets are often accompanied by cellulite and sagging skin on the body. These areas can be effectively targeted with certain new-age treatments. The question is how to get rid of stubborn fat?
A right treatment here is more important than ever, as handling stubborn fat can be a task. We at Medisia pride ourselves at providing precise remedies to fight stubborn fats.
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