Sunday, 13 April 2014

Lipo-dissolve  a new treatment for fat removal.

need we say more!
What is Lipo-dissolve?
Lipo-dissolve is a non-surgical treatment used to reduce cellulite and reduce stubborn fat in certain areas. The treatment is a form of mesotherapy, and may also be known as lipolysis or Lipostabil, which was developed in France in the 1950's. During the procedure, a mixture of chemicals are injected into the fat layers of the body.

How does Lipodissolve work?

 Lipo-dissolve works works by breaking down the fat and in the case of cellulite the connective tissue. The broken down fat is then excreted by the body. Patients will need a course of treatments, usually four to six weeks apart to get the result they want. The results of treatment are usually visible after three to four weeks. There is no recovery time after the treatment although some patients might experience mild bruising at the injection site. If you are interested in lipo- dissolve (injection lipolysis) in the Nigeria pls visit .

Best clinic for lipo-dissolve in Lagos, Nigeria! The  Medical director, Dr Vivian  is a leading specialist in youth restoration (Anti-Aging), Facial Rejuvenation ,skin texture enhancement and weight management with over 5 years experience.

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Exercise as Preventive Medicine.

Preventing obesity and diabetes, reducing stress, and lowering your blood pressure are among the most obvious boons. Maintaining a fitness regimen can also go a long way toward warding off a stroke. Inactivity can raise your risk for a stroke by as much as 20 percent, research shows, when compared to those who exercise at least four times a week. But the benefits certainly do not end there.
I’ve long promoted the concept that exercise can be viewed therapeutically similar to a “drug” that needs to be taken as prescribed, in appropriate doses. Now other scientists are now starting to recognize the truth of this analogy as well.
In fact, researchers recently suggested that exercise is "the best preventive drug" for many common ailments, from psychiatric disorders to heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.4 According to Jordan Metzl, a sports-medicine physician at New York City's Hospital for Special Surgery and author of The Exercise Cure:
"Exercise is the best preventive drug we have, and everybody needs to take that medicine.”
In terms of “dosage,” it’s important to note the changes in recommendations that have taken place over the past few years. While conventional aerobic exercise was long considered the “gold standard” of a good workout, research has refuted such notions.
Instead, high-intensity interval training (which requires but a fraction of the time compared to conventional cardio) has been shown to be far more efficient and effective, compared to longer, slower cardio workouts
from Dr Mercula