by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Sept. 5, 2012, 4:19 a.m.
September is National Breakfast Month!
Did you know that eating breakfast has been proven to increase concentration, mental performance and mood? @CoolSculpting is challenging you to not only eat breakfast everyday but to eat a healthier one - and they'll reward you for it! Show them a picture of your healthy breakfast and win a new iPad and more!: http://on.fb.me/Sy71kZ
A little about CoolSculpting:
It’s called stubborn fat on purpose. Because no matter how much pain you put into eating healthy and exercise, there’s no gain. It’s virtually impossible to lose that muffin top and those love handles. You’re forced to just live with them or think surgery. Which is not cool by us, and exactly why we developed CoolSculpting®.
Here’s the skinny: developed by Harvard scientists, our unique, patented, clinically proven procedure involves freezing fat cells without damage to your skin. There’s no knife. No suction hoses. No needles. No lasers, even. After your treatment, you get on with your busy day.
On average, you’ll see a 20% reduction of fat in the treated area after one visit. You can lose even more with additional appointments, if you and your doctor deem necessary. What does that mean? Simply put, your clothes fit better. You look better. The fat cells are naturally eliminated from your body over the following few months, leaving you feeling more like yourself again. It’s totally non-invasive, FDA-cleared, and there’s usually no downtime whatsoever — unless you count reading a book or checking email during your appointment as downtime. How cool is that? And what’s more is there are no pills or supplements and as long as you maintain your weight with normal diet and exercise, your long-term results should remain stable. Hello, you again.
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