Archive for June, 2012
Yep I said “delete” coz this is a technological solution that literally dissolves or emulsifies fat cells.
The required ultrasound frequency is 40Khz – this will destroy fat cells but not blood vessels, skin & nerves. It can however damage glandular tissue.
So there are specific areas where this device can & can not be used.
Areas to treat:
• knee (medial region)
• lumbosacral region
Do not treat the following areas:
• popliteal zone (behind the knee)
• hands and feet
• face and head in general
• area of the sexual organs
If you look on ebay there is a hand held device for $100. Do not buy this device for fat cavitation – it has the wrong frequency 1Mhz.
2-3Mhz can destroy fat but can also damage skin. Best stick with the trusted 40Khz machines. The cheapest you will get one of these for on ebay at present is $400.
There is plenty of info about this on the net and it is totally legit. Whats funny is I am an electronics engineer and plan to make my own device for about $100 – Its basically an ultrasound boat cleaner but has the exact same ultrasound transducer as used for fat cavitation. You had best get one off ebay or get a professional to do it.
The results are rapid…
It should be possible to hit 8-10% body fat in 8 weeks combined with diet & exercise (from 20%)
Time to lose my belly so I went in to Vibra-Train in Auckland who specialise in vibration training. They have a Body Composition Analysis machine with 5-10% margin of error.
I already guessed from looking at photos on the net that my body fat must be around 20% – which is exactly what the machine said.
Total body water: 59%
Muscle Mass: 75.4%
Fat mass: 20%
Weight: 100kg (empty stomach)
My waist to hip ratio is high 0.95 which is not good but I already know I need to lose belly fat.
Now one thing missing from the analysis is bone – and no way can my bone mass be 5% so I guess with this particular machine they don’t differentiate between bone & muscle mass.
I’m not too concerned as its the fat measurement I’m after.