The fat cells that have been destroyed during treatment will release the triglycerides, which are then broken down into 3 free fatty acids and glycerol, and transported to the liver to be used as energy.
During your course of treatment, we recommend that you
FOLLOW A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE/NUTRITION PLAN in order to
facilitate and utilize the released free fatty acids as a source of
energy and nutrients for the body. THIS WILL ENSURE
OPTIMIZATION OF YOUR PROGRAM AND THEREFORE MAY
IMPROVE THE RESULTS.
Do NOT Skip Meals
This may slow down your metabolism
which may affect the rate at which the
fat released from the treatment is used.
Do NOT Eat Processed Meals
Ready-made meals contain lots of saturated fat,
artificial ingredients and salt.
Reduce Intake of Fatty Foods
This includes takeout pizza, burgers, chips, cheese, butter/oil.
Reduce Intake of Refined Carbohydrates
This includes white bread, white pasta,
rice and sugar.
These drinks are loaded in sugar.
This is very high in sugar as well! Dry red wine is the best option since it is the lowest in sugar of most
- No white bread, pasta, sugar and rice.
Use wholegrain versions. Research shows those
eating wholegrain facilitates fat loss!
- Eat foods rich in calcium such as low-fat yogurt
and milk. Evidence shows that they can help to reduce
the amount of fat absorbed from food. Danish
researchers have found that those eating medium-high
calcium meals had 17%-19% lower levels of fat in their
blood than those eating low calcium meals.
- Have lots of vegetables with your meal!
Veggies are loaded with fibers, and these are great
because it fills you up- for fewer calories. It also helps
keep the flow of sugar into your bloodstream slow and
steady, so less insulin is released. (Insulin promotes the
storage of body fat). Steamed vegetables are the best
option as they maintain all the vitamins and nutrients.
- Replace red meat with white meat, such as turkey,
chicken, and fish. These meats are generally lower
Drink at least 2 liters of water a day.
It’s a well known fact that water consumption contributes and
facilitates the fat clearance metabolic pathways. Consuming enough
water reduces hunger, increases metabolism and stimulates