THE FAT TO MUSCLE TRANSFORMER
All of us love to eat. But as we age, our metabolism slows down. Even though most of us exercise regularly, it becomes inevitable that excess fats then get laid down in different regions of our body. Common regions for both men and women alike include the central abdomen, flanks, thighs and buttocks. The accumulation of these excess fats then lead to unsightly humps and folds in our body.
Is there a way for us to transform these excess fats into muscles and destroy some of the fat cells in the process?
How does it work?
With the intensity of exercise, cell membrane porosity changes and free fatty acids are released from the fat cells. This build up free fatty acids induces fat apoptosis where fat cells are destroyed.