Fat-Loss Can Help You:
Take control of your health when you have obesity by reducing excess body fat, which is at the root of obesity-related health issues.
Reducing body fat improves the function of your fat tissue, which restores its important role in regulating insulin sensitivity.
Reduce Blood Pressure
Losing body fat substantially reduces burden on your heart and blood vessels, and improves high blood pressure.
Improve Cholesterol and Triglycerides
Losing body fat that equals just 5-10% of of your current weight can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke by lowering the "bad" LDL cholesterol, increasing the "good" HDL cholesterol, and reducing triglycerides.
Reducing body fat improves the overall function of your body and can help you live a longer, fuller life.
Sleep improves with the fewer aches and pains, less snoring, and better digestion that comes with fat loss.
Reduce Aches and Pains
Reducing body fat without losing the muscle and connective tissue that supports the joints means the load on them is lightened, while the joints become stronger- so that less pain occurs.
Lower Your Risk of Chronic Disease
Excess body fat directly contributes to the progression of many chronic diseases, and reducing body fat is one of the most certain ways to mitigate increased progression and risk.