Kill Belly Fat Cells Instantly Using Ice Packs! The Results Are Amazingly Fast!

ICE THERAPY FOR BETTER FAT-BURNING

Tim Ferriss is the author of the book “The Four-Hour Body”, which, among other things, describes the concept of burning brown fat tissue by exposing oneself to low temperatures. He points out that the potential of fat burning can be increased by 300% by adding ice therapy to a healthy diet and exercise. This statement is confirmed by an astronaut from NASA for ABC: “In studying the effects of temperature on astronauts, he saw people’s metabolism boost by 20% in environments as mild as 15 °C (60 °F).” 

90 grams of brown fat tissue can release 400 – 500 calories a day, which is equivalent to a one-hour intensive workout.

FREEZING THE FAT TISSUE IN TARGETED AREAS

The researchers said that the burning of body fat can be stimulated by simply applying ice compresses for 30 – 60 minutes on areas of the body that have fatty tissues. This encourages the process of conversion of white to brown tissue and increases weight loss. This can have even greater effect when combined with a healthier diet and regular exercise.

This method cools the skin and causes the elimination of fat cells, which are then metabolized by the body.

HOW TO APPLY ICE PACKS?

Wrap the ice with a thin cloth and place it on the affected area for 30 – 60 minutes. Repeat the process once a day for 12 days.

The only downside of this therapy is frostbite, so be careful when using compresses and lift them up every now and then. The symptoms that characterize frostbite are:

– Tingling and numbness of the skin;
– Redness and pain;
– Strong and taut skin insensitive to touch;
– Blisters.

If you notice any of these symptoms you mustn’t immediately warm the area of your body and massage it, but simply warm it up slightly with a blanket or with warm compresses.

People who use beta-blockers, have peripheral vascular disease with a lower blood flow, peripheral neuropathy, are smokers or diabetics, should be careful with ice therapy.

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