Fat loss approaches

Ralph L. Samson 73071.20 at COMPUSERVE.COM
Sat Nov 21 08:18:26 EST 1998

Ageing readers,
       It seems to me we can think of fat loss approaches as being in two
categories.  One is passive, which includes simply reducing fat intake or
blocking fat absorption.  The second is aggressive which includes strenuous
exercise and liposuction.  The first category is a slow process which in
its safer form requires strict discipline of the diet.  In the second
category, liposuction only affects external fat, while strenuous exercise
requires a lot of discipline and expenditure of a good amount of time.
       My accidental discovery of a way to stimulate the liver to produce
agents which get rid of body fat, both internal and external, falls into
the agressive category, but has the advantage of being quite safe and
allowing considerable latitude in diet and exercise.  The only observed
side effect is some internal depletion of fatty nutrients (such as Vitamins
A, D, E and K, and Beta carotene) which can be alleviated with supplements.
Unfortunately, I have not been able to obtain assistance to refine and
better define this strategy, so it remains an oddity.  Perhaps, in the
future, it will be better defined and gain wider usage.
Regards, Ralph L. Samson

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