For many people, the fat around the stomach isn’t just aesthetic but also a health issue. Fatty deposits often occur in the thighs which makes them loose, and your efforts to eliminate them, often without success.
Such fat increases the risk of getting certain diseases such as cardiovascular and diabetes so researchers often look for ways to get rid of them more easily and quickly.
There are two types of fat: white and brown. It is important to know the difference between them so that you can eliminate them faster. White fat tissue is a thin layer visible to man, and is located in the stomach, back, arms and thighs. This adipose acts as a thermal insulator that keeps body temperature stable. In contrast, brown burns calories to warm the body and maintain thermoregulation.
This practice is called thermogenesis
-Medium cold thermogenesis: sitting in a room at a temperature of 10-15 Celsius degrees. In summer clothes (shorts only), which is very important for the creation of brown fat.
-Intensive cold thermogenesis is achieved by wearing jackets and trousers filled with ice (ice coatings). This way it causes tremors and burning a lot of calories.
Therapy with ice for fast thermal calorie burning
Tim Ferris is the author of “four-hour body”, which among the other things, describes the concept of burning brown fat deposits by exposure to low temperatures. He points out that the potential of fat burning can be increased by 300%, applying ice therapy, in addition to a healthy diet and exercise.
This conclusion is confirmed by NASA astronaut for the ABC: “In studying the effects of temperature on the astronauts, it was noted that the metabolism is accelerated by 20% in people who reside in environments with temperature up to 15 Celsius degrees.
90g of brown adipose tissue can burn 400-500 calories per day, which is equivalent to one hour of vigorous exercise.
Freezing fat in certain areas of the body:
The researchers say that fat burning can be stimulated by simple application of coatings of ice for a period of 30-60 minutes on parts of the body that have fat. This encourages the process of turning white in brown adipose tissue and increases weight loss. The process can have an even greater effect when combined with a healthier diet and regular exercise.
How to apply ice coatings?
Wrap an ice in a thin cloth and place it in a form of a coating on the affected area for a period of 30 to 60 minutes. Repeat once a day for the next 12 days.
The only drawback of this therapy is the occurrence of frostbites, so you must be very careful when using bets with ice. Lift the coatings constantly and check the skin. Symptoms that characterize frostbites are:
-tingles on the skin
-redness and pain
-strong tension and insensitivity of touch
If you notice any of these symptoms you must immediately warm the surface and massage the area or place hot bets. So, be quite careful and constantly check the site of the coating.
People who use beta – blockers, which have peripheral vascular disease, poor blood flow, peripheral neuropathy, diabetes or smokers should be especially careful.