Have you ever felt like no matter how much exercise and dieting you’ve gone through, your fatty areas just don’t seem to want to go? You aren’t the only one! Diet and exercise-resistant fat affects many men and women despite their lifestyle of exercise and healthy eating. It can be frustrating and discouraging when you work so hard and aren’t seeing the pay off. Luckily we live in a time where modern technology has led to the development of safe and effective means to losing that stubborn body fat.

Why Fat Cells are Resistant

With modern medicine, comes an understanding of how and why things work; body fat being one of them. We may think of body fat as a fluctuating process—one that comes and goes with how active we are and what we eat—but it’s a little more complicated than that.

In 2008, a molecular biologist named Kirsty Spalding was studying fat at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden where she discovered something many were unaware of. She discovered that from infancy to our early 20s, the number of fat cells in our body increase, but once we hit our mid-20s, the number of those fat cells stop increasing and we maintain relatively the same amount of fat cells throughout the rest of adulthood. This is why as we age, it is harder to work off those pounds unlike in our youth.

The distribution for these fat cells is primarily genetic and cannot be changed, and unfortunately for some, they can be genetically predisposed to have a higher number of fat cells in specific areas of the body such as the abdomen, chin, or thighs. So you can stop feeling crazy after working out and not shedding a pound. It’s just genetics!

To go even further down the resistant fat rabbit hole, there are two types of receptors on fat cells that play a crucial role in the development of diet and exercise resistant fat. The two types of receptors are known as alpha and beta. Alpha receptors cause fat cells to stay present, while beta receptors signal fat cells to break down, providing fuel for energy. While most of us could do without it, the human body actually needs fat. Our incredible bodies store fat into deposits that we then create into energy, and while we do get some energy from elsewhere, fat is effective and highly needed for most of that energy. However, when fat cells have more alpha than beta receptors, they tend to be more resistant to diet and exercise, and vice versa—the greater the number of beta receptors than alpha, the easier it is to get rid of the fat.

How You Can Fight Against Resistant Fat

As I said above, we luckily live in a time where modern technology has brought us safe and easy products that better our lives! No more expensive and invasive treatments such as liposuction to get rid of that stubborn belly fat.

One such technology is fat freezing. The fat freezing industry has come a long way, starting out only in expensive clinics, and now being brought to you to do in the comfort of your own home. Blue At Home Fat Freezing Kits have spent the last several years developing, testing, and improving their dual targeting technology, allowing you to lose that stubborn fat once and for all. It specifically targets fat cells to undergo fat cell death where they can then naturally pass through your body and be eliminated.

There’s no more need to feel frustrated and discouraged after not seeing the results you want from exercise and diets. You can now finally get rid of those pesky fat cells!

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