treating the silhouette

Treating the Body's Shape Holistically

Over time, the body's shape changes and the quality of the skin is not the same. For a comprehensive approach, the aesthetic medicine center in Paris offers treatments aimed at firming the silhouette of both women and men through various tools. Two specialists are involved: an aesthetic doctor and a nutritionist. During the cryolipolysis session, the Centre Nation focuses on the patient's profile (age/weight/height) as well as their history: weight fluctuations, body shape, physical activity, medical history, genetic heritage, possible pathologies, and a dietary survey is conducted to propose the appropriate treatment.

This is about treating the silhouette of those who want to improve their lifestyle, lose weight to feel better in their body, and all those with localized fat despite a stable weight and regular physical activity. The proposed techniques are non-invasive, without anesthesia or hospitalization, making these medical treatments low risk.

Slimming Down with Cold and Firming the Silhouette

Increasingly popular, cryolipolysis or "coolsculpting" attracts many people. It involves reducing fat mass through the action of cold. Cryolipolysis is particularly effective on stubborn localized fat despite regular physical activity and a suitable diet. It is an alternative to liposuction ("cold liposuction") which can have significant aftermath.

A Nutritional Approach to Treating the Silhouette

The Centre Nation offers dietary rebalancing by the recommendations of the National Nutrition Health Program (PNNS) established by the government. This program consists of a healthy diet that limits fatty and sugary foods and recommends several fruits and vegetables per day.

Additionally, in complement to dietary rebalancing, nutritional supplementation through micronutrition is proposed.

Among the nutrients provided by food, there are two types:

• Macronutrients: proteins, carbohydrates and fats, which provide energy to the body.

• Micronutrients: trace elements (calcium, iron, potassium..), algae, vitamins, fatty acids, amino acids, and minerals that ensure balance. Their quantity must be defined.

Micronutrition links diet and physical health to address certain issues:

• Chronic fatigue

• Digestive problems

• Joint pain

• Insulin resistance

• Difficulty losing weight

• Internal resistance

• Low-grade inflammation

• Food cravings

• Menopause (accumulation of visceral fat)

We also focus on the micronutrient density of foods (vitamin content, essential fatty acids..) and how the body uses them.

Micronutrients are taken in the form of dietary supplements tailored to the individual's profile and/or pathology, as well as their lifestyle. The supplements are all natural and derived from plants.

The goal is to lose weight by activating lipolysis (destruction of fat cells) and regulating carbohydrate metabolism, which is often ingested in excessive quantities.

An antioxidant-rich diet (high in fruits and vegetables) may be proposed to the patient depending on their profile. Micronutrition optimizes the result with the addition of coenzyme Q10 and hyaluronic acid.

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