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For years, liposuction and body contouring procedures have ranked among the top cosmetic procedures requested. Although surgical liposuction is the most well-known, laser sculpting is gaining popularity for melting fat and reshaping bodies. This little-known procedure can be effective if you want to get rid of some unwanted fat.
One of the most important elements to successfully maintaining the results after you’ve had cold laser therapy for fat loss is sticking to a healthy diet and exercise plan. Whether you gain weight, or lose it, for that matter, is governed by the first law of thermodynamics. This law states that energy isn’t created or destroyed but transformed from one type of energy to another. But what does this mean in terms of maintaining fat loss and a calorie-neutral diet?
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a relatively new facet of photomedicine. Photo means light — photomedicine is all about how light affects disease, injury, and health. Taking that definition a step further, photomedicine studies how different types and intensities of light interact with the human body on a cellular level. It’s an interdisciplinary branch of medicine, meaning it’s used in a variety of situations.
Erchonia’s green lasers are the only fat reduction tool cleared by the FDA to treat fat loss in people with a BMI over 30. All other methods are recommended only for people that are close to their goal weight. So cold laser therapy is accessible to a wide range of people, while other methods are for folks who are already-fit and just need help with stubborn areas of fat that diet and exercise haven’t been able to snuff out.