Diet & Exercise Resistant Fat

Freeze Stubborn Fat with Ease

Diet and Exercise Resistant Fat 2018-12-06T11:41:05+00:00

It is not in your head – diet and exercise-resistant fat exists, especially in areas such as the tummy, chin and “love handles.” Because not all fat cells are created equal, some are more responsive to diet and exercise and can increase and decrease in size.  Other fat cells are more resistant to diet and exercise due to hormones and genetics and can develop into areas of unwanted fat.

These troublesome areas tend to “expand” after a pregnancy or as we age.  By adolescence, we have all of the fat cells we will ever have, so at no time in our adult lives will we ever “grow” more fat cells. Our hormones and genetics often determine how many fat cells we have and where our “problem areas” will be concentrated, and no amount of diet and exercise will ever get rid of that paunch or bulge of unwanted fat. Unfortunately, diet and exercise alone cannot destroy fat cells.

The only way to get rid of this unwanted fat is to decrease the number of fat cells that are stored in the subcutaneous layer, which can be accomplished with a limited selection of body contouring procedures, such as CoolSculpting. Unlike other non-surgical body contouring procedures, CoolSculpting does not shrink fat cells – it destroys them by using controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat. Approximately 20% of fat cells in a treated area go through a natural cell death process and flush out of your body after each CoolSculpting treatment.

The results are proven, noticeable and long-lasting – so that you will look great from every angle!

Why Choose CoolSculpting

  • FDA-Cleared Treatment
  • No surgery or downtime
  • No Anesthesia
  • Noticeable fat reduction

*Individual results may vary

CoolSculpting for Fat Loss

Developed by scientists at Harvard University, CoolSculpting® is one of our most popular procedures, and it has revolutionized non-invasive body contouring. Dr. Schwartz was one of the first doctors in the Kansas City metro area to offer CoolSculpting®, and Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz is a CoolSculpting® Certified Practice.

  • In-office body contouring procedure to treat stubborn, diet and exercise-resistant fat
  • FDA-cleared
  • Clinically proven to deliver results, with little to no downtime or surgery*
  • First clinically-proven, non-surgical alternative to lipo
  • Reduces fat and sculpts the body without any needles, incisions, anesthetic or cannulas*

CoolSculpting® is not a weight-loss program, but it does help to contour and re-shape targeted problem areas.

Who Are the Best Candidates for CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting® is an ideal procedure for patients who exercise and maintain a healthy diet but need help getting rid of stubborn, pinchable, localized areas of fat.

CoolSculpting can be used on the

  • Love handles and tummy fat
  • Inner thighs
  • Chin
  • Flanks
  • Hips
  • Saddlebags
  • Upper back
  • Bra rolls

Along with a healthy BMI, good elasticity is also important, and patients must be committed to a healthy lifestyle to maintain long-term results. CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss solution.

Why Choose Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz?

One of the original CoolSculpting providers in the Kansas City area, Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz provides complimentary consultations where we assess each patient to see if they are a good candidate for non-surgical body contouring.  If CoolSculpting is not an ideal fit for your body or fat reduction goals, we also offer minimally-invasive liposuction procedures, (Tickle Lipo, Laser Lipo, and Vaser Lipo) that are performed right in the comfort and convenience of our Leawood practice using local anesthesia.

To learn more about Body Contouring or Liposuction, schedule a complimentary consultation by calling (913) 451-8346 or completing the form on this page. Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz is located in Leawood, and proudly serves Overland Park, Johnson County, and the entire Kansas City metro area.

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