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Brad, 44, Docklands

THE FACTS

Brad is a 44 year old man with stubborn fat around his middle.
He committed to a 5 week program with BodyOlogy Docklands, 2 treatments per week,
one BodyOlogy meal replacement a day and the results speak for themselves,
a 26.5 cm overall drop around his tummy and back.

*Results may vary from person to person. Recommended to be
used in conjunction with a healthy diet & exercise

*Results may vary from person to person. Recommended to be
used in conjunction with a healthy diet & exercise

DANGERS OF VISCERAL FAT

Type 2 diabetes can be caused by storing high amounts of visceral fat. Visceral fat is body fat that is stored within the abdominal cavity and is therefore stored around a number of important internal organs such as the liver, pancreas and intestines. Visceral fat is sometimes referred to as ‘active fat’ because research has shown that this type of fat plays a distinctive and potentially dangerous role affecting how our hormones function. Storing higher amounts of visceral fat is associated with increased risks of a number of health problems including type 2 diabetes.

What types of fat do we store?

It is important to define the difference between visceral fat and subcutaneous fat. Subcutaneous fat is the fat that we store just under our skin. The fat we may be able to feel on our arms and legs is subcutaneous fat. A growing belly can be the result of both types of fat. The fat we can feel just under the skin is subcutaneous fat but we may also be storing significant extra fat within our abdomen where our organs reside. This intra-abdominal fat is our visceral fat.

Visceral fat and insulin resistance Carrying a high amount of visceral fat is known to be associated with insulin resistance, which can lead to glucose intolerance and type 2 diabetes. Researchers have found that visceral secretes a protein called retinol-binding protein 4 (RBP4) which has been shown to increase resistance to insulin. What are the health risks associated with visceral fat? All of us will have a certain amount of visceral fat but those of us with a larger quantity of visceral fat may be exposed to increased risks of the following health conditions.

Type 2 diabetes
Heart disease
Breast cancer
Colorectal cancer
Alzheimer’s disease

BodyOlogy have had incredible results with MEN, as long as you are committed and ready for some discipline, we will shrink that belly and have you bursting out of your skin. Initially we ask you to consider an introductory special for $99, this will give us a chance to talk further with you and find out what the main underlying issues are.
*Results may vary from person to person. Recommended to be
used in conjunction with a healthy diet & exercise

CARDIO VS. LEAN MUSCLE

This question is on everyone’s lips when they first want to lose weight “Should I start with cardio or weight training?” Hearing the words that cardio will burn more calories than weight training in a shorter amount of time, is all that most people need to jump on the treadmill and disregard the weights rack altogether. Although this is true, weight training has added benefits for your body that you simply can’t achieve with doing cardio alone. Increasing your lean muscle mass can help speed up your body’s fat-burning ability and could be your key to permanent weight loss.

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