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Fat Cells Are Essential To Your Body’s Health
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Fat Cells Are Essential To Your Body’s Health

What if we told you that fat cells (or adipocytes) were essential in maintaining good health within your body’s day-to-day functioning? Those stubborn fat cells that you struggle to lose even with hours at the gym and days of sugar-free, low-carb dieting.

Most of us think of our fat cells as the enemy, that solely form saddlebags and love handles, robbing us of our self-confidence. For this reason, many turn to elective procedures that focus on the elimination of fat calls – procedures like liposuction or fat-freezing techniques. As intuitive as this might seem, recent medical research into how fat cells function now tells us that this approach, in the long run, is not only ineffective, it could actually be counter productive.

Statistics show that surgically removing fat cells can, at best, provide temporary improvement in your appearance. Within the first year, fat cells will then regenerate in new areas of the body to compensate for what was taken.

What Is ZERONA?

ZERONA is a non-invasive, body slimming, low-level laser proven to remove fat and reduce inches. It is the only treatment FDA approved for overall body circumference reduction of the hips, waist, and thighs.

  • Zero Surgery
  • Zero Pain
  • Zero Downtime

“I went from a size 12 to a size 6 in just two weeks. I’m on top of the world!” -L.W., Jacksonville, FL

How It Works?

ZERONA disrupts the adipocyte cells within the fat layer for the release of fat and lipids into the interstitial space where they are broken down into free fatty acids by the lymphatic system. The excess fat is then passed through the body during its normal course of detoxification. The ZERONA procedure is proven through a double-blind, randomized, multi-site, and placebo-controlled study in which patients, on average, lost 3.64 inches from their waist, hips, and thighs.

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