01.) Are those treatments safe ?
A: All these treatments are absolutely safe, it’s totally a non – invasive & non – surgical treatment.
02.)What type of diet is given ?
A: There are no strict diets where you have to starve, and lose weight.
03.) How long the Lipolysis treatment takes?
A: It takes an Hour.
04.) Lipolysis and other Weightloss programme are suited to which age group?
A: It is suited to all age group from 17 to 70 years.
05.) Is it a painful procedure ?
A: No it is totally painless and safe procedure.
06.) On which body parts can I take the treatment ?
A: The treatment can be taken on all the body parts except the face.
07.) Are there major lifestyle changes to be followed during the treatment ?
A: No, there are no rigorous diets or starvation to be done during the treatment. You can follow your routine work without any discomfort.
08.) Are there any precautions to be taken after the treatment ?
A: The patient is advised to reduce the intake of fat and sugar for 72 hours after the treatment. This helps in preferential utilization of fat lipolysis.
09.) Do we see Immediate results ?
A: Measurements are taken before and after session. You can see the difference in one hour.
10.) How much reduction can we notice after one session ?
A: On an average, one experiences a reduction of about 3 to 9 cms in one hour. However, in some individual variation is possible based on one’s body type and physiology.
11.) How many sessions would an individual need ?
A: For moderate obesity, 7 sessions may be sufficient. However, if you have a thick fat layer, you may need more than 7 sessions. The interval between 2 sessions in usually one week.
12.) What is Basal Metabolic rate ?
A: The body composition analysis defines your “ Basal Metabolic Rate” or BMR. This is the energy utilized by the individual to carry on vital body functions when at rest.
13.) How many calories must be consumed in a day to achieve safe weight loss?
A: To determine the amount of calories you need to achieve a safe weight loss, we must know the amount of calories you need to maintain your present weight. For this we will have to assess your daily activities and lifestyle.
Total Calories = BMR + Lifestyle + Activity.
In order to lose weight, you will have to cut down on the required calories per day and create a negative calorie balance.
14.) What is negative calorie balance ?
A: Negative calorie balance can be created by consuming less calories than the calories you extend in a day. When we consume more calories than what our body uses in a day, the excessive calories get stored in our body in the form of fat. This fat store can be used to provide energy whenever we take in less calories than we need for our bodily functions.
Approximately 750 calories will be converted into 100 grams of fat in the body. So, if over a period we consume 7500 calories less, we burn 1 kg of fat from our body.
Calorie requirements for different age groups:
Group Calorie requirements
Men (sedentary) 2425
Women (sedentary) 1875
0-6 months 2425
6-12 months 2275
Boys (16-18 years) 2640
Girls (16-18 years) 2060