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Lipolysis Lipolysis is a medical procedure of melting and removing unwanted fatty deposits on the body. This procedure can change the shape of our bodies and faces. [sharedmedia=gallery:images:9679] [sharedmedia=gallery:images:9678] [sharedmedia=gallery:images:9677] Which parts of the body are the most common for lipolysis application? Lipolysis is commonly used on parts of the body that can’t be adequately shaped with persistent training or diet. Usually those are thighs, hips, stomach, arms and double chin. What substances are used during the treatment? Substances used for lipolysis treatment are 5% Phosphatidylcholine and Deoxycholate, enzymes that are in use for several years now, applied intravenously to incite liver to clean the blood from the fats, and to prevent fat embolism. During application, active substances lead to cracking of the membranes of fat cells in the treated zone and to outpouring of their content into the surrounding tissue. From there, in a natural way, via the bloodstream, the fat is transported to the liver and gets thrown out of our organism. It is necessary to emphasize that this procedure doesn’t change the level of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. How long is the lipolysis treatment in use? The listed active substances are used in aesthetic medicine for reshaping the body and the face with great success since 1995. What does a lipolysis treatment looks like? A lipolysis treatment consists of lipolytic (phosphatidylcholine and deoxycholate) application with microinjections directly into the fatty tissue of the treated region. The procedure of the lipolytic application itself is painless but after 15 minutes of the application a sense of itching, redness and swelling of the treated region appears. After two hours redness and pain disappear and the swelling can last up to two weeks after the treatment. In the next 6 to 8 weeks there is some sensitivity when the treated fatty tissue is pressed. The treatment effect is observed one month after the application and the final effect comes after two months. How long does the lipolysis treatment last? Lipolysis treatment lasts from 20 to 30 minutes and enables the continuation of the usual daily activities right after the intervention. Is there an advantage to lipolysis compared to liposuction? Yes. The advantage of lipolysis compared to liposuction is that bumps and fibrosis can’t appear on the treated parts of the body, if the lipolytic is adequately applied. How many treatments are required? One region is treated with 3 to 4 treatments until the wanted effect is achieved. The process of fatty cells breakdown is slow and the lipolytic affects the skin in such a way that makes it more firm and doesn’t allow an excess of skin to appear after the fat loss. Depending on the amount of fatty tissue on the patient’s body, sometimes only one treatment is enough. Are there any complications during or after the treatment? During the treatment bruises may occur and that’s why it is advised to pause with taking substances that dilute the blood, like Andol, Acetisal, Ginkgo biloba, Vitamin E. An occurrence of painful nodules is usual and transient and it is a consequence of an inflammatory process that develops when fat is dissolved. Three days after the treatment, massages and the usual exercises may begin. It is recommended to drink from 1.5 to 2 liters of fluids a day. Is the lipolysis treatment permanent? The effect is permanent in persons who do not gain weight again. There is a loss of 1 to 10 cm in volume depending on the treated region. About 6% of the population doesn’t adequately react to phosphatidylcholine and so in these patients the effect is reduced. For persons allergic to soy and vitamin B, lipolysis treatments are not recommended. Our clinic located at Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur. Kindly contact Ms Melissa for more info. *_^ 016-3916311 (Wechat & Whatsapp available) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramadan month falls on the 9th month of Hijri Lunar Calendar. It is a holy month for millions of Muslim around the globe to fast. Cases of stomach upset often occur during this fasting month. These problems may not just happen to those with existing gastric problems, but it can also happen to those who never had gastric before. Fasting usually reduces the amount of stomach acid, however, external stimulant such as food’s smell or food’s display leads to an increase acid level in an empty stomach. This brings unwanted complication to digestion which includes burning in the stomach or upper abdomen, heartburn, abdominal pain, bloating, belching, nausea, vomiting, acidic taste and sometimes diarrhea. Indigestion during Ramadan is not an illness. It’s a temporary malfunction of the digestive system which is due to improper eating at Iftar (buka puasa) such as: Eating too much or too fast without chewing properly Too much of fatty and spicy food Too much of caffeinated and carbonated beverages We love to visit Ramadan Bazaar during Ramadan. While bazaars are popular hotspots, it is also a hotbed for all kinds of food-borne diseases. Some common bacteria causes food poisoning are Campylobacter, Salmonella, Shigella, E. coli, Listeria, and botulis. The human intestine resides an average of 100 trillion of bacteria which played an important role in human’s health especially in enhancing our immune and digestion system. When the ideal ratio between “good” and “bad” bacteria in the gut is out of the ideal ratio of 85% Vs 15%, bacteria can produce toxins which can weaken immune system. Helicobacter. pylori is a spiral-shaped bacterium commonly found in the stomach. The bacteria can be spread from contaminated food to person, then person to person. Most people who are infected with H. pylori have no symptoms; the bacteria may live harmlessly in the lining of stomach. Whilst, a number of people could experience abdominal discomfort, bloating and belching. Helicobacter. pylori can penetrate the stomach's protective mucous lining easily, where they produce substances that can weaken the lining and make the stomach more susceptible to damage from gastric acids, causing stomach inflammation, gastritis and ulcer. To enable one to fast comfortably & enjoy the fully spiritual benefits of Ramadan, one should: - Consume slow digesting food that last longer such as grains and wheat. Eat in moderation and smaller quantities. Do not overeat. Limit fried and oily food. Take friendly bacteria to enhance intestinal health Probiotic, the friendly bacteria which confer health benefits to human is important in assisting the natural balance of the microorganism in the intestine. Probiotic are responsible in reducing harmful bacteria, preventing infection in the digestive tract, synthesizing vitamins and nutrients, supporting healthy gut development and eventually enhancing overall immune system. Our gastrointestinal tract is a complex and hostile environment, unlikely that a single probiotic bacterial strain is able to influence the entire microbial ecology. Instead, the beneficial effects will require a consortium strains. The quality of the probiotic supplement depends on the characteristic of the strains contained in the supplement and adequate viability, so that sufficient bacteria are viable at the point of consumption. It is also important to ensure that probiotic is able to withstand stomach acid and colonizing the intestinal tract. Why CellLabs GI Flora? 16 strains of probiotic & prebiotic 15 billion CFU viable bacteria per capsule Stomach acid and alkaline bile salt resistant (to ensure safe delivery of probiotic to intestine) Microencapsulated technique (to ensure different strain of probiotic release at different targeted site in the intestine) Stable at room temperature Extremely adherent to intestine Since we cannot resist the temptation of good food during Ramadan, and the obligation to fast for long hours, take GI flora today for your gastrointestinal health.