I have learned a few facts about the human body over the years and there seems to be some contradiction.
-Fat cells never go away, even when you burn the energy within them. They only shrink in size when their energy stores are used up. Once fat cells are created, you have them for good.
-lipo suction removes the fat cells forcibly, circumventing the above issue, as least on a small scale. I.e only the fat that is not interweaving in your body and could cause damage if removed.
after lipo, over eating again would cause other areas of your body to gain weight first before the lipo areas.
fat can still grow back in the lipo areas.
Okay so my question is how to properly reconcile all these facts and/or cut out what is fiction. In short my questions are:
considering how easy it is for a non-lipo adult to gain weight back after being over weight, is it just as easy to get back into your previous shape after lipo?
put another way, if you lipo off your lower belly fat (currently it's the first spot to gain the weight and the last spot to lose) will the lower belly fat be the first place to come back after lipo if you eat a lot?
How will the lower belly react to excessive food?
- what does one do about excessive skin after lipo?
I may have other questions but this is good for now. I am a Caucasian male in early 30s.