Liposuction No Heart Saver

Liposuction can remove fat cells, but—unlike diet and exercise — may not cut your risk of heart disease and diabetes. Researchers removed roughly 20 pounds of mostly abdominal fat from l5 obese women (each had at least a 40-inch waist). But after 10 to 12 weeks, there was no change in their insulin resistance, blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol, C-reactive protein, or other risk factors for heart disease.53

Natural Prescription for Health: If you're overweight, eat less and exercise more. Liposuction may shed pounds—but not risk. It doesn't make you take in fewer calories than you burn. Another possibility? Although it removes fat cells that are subcutaneous (just under the skin), liposuction doesn't shrink fat cells or remove the fat that's deeper in the abdomen, liver, and muscles.

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