Creams and gels used to lose fat and cellulite have been used for several years with results for people trying to lose fat in targeted area. However, as many of us already know, belly fat is different from the fat on the other parts of our bodies. It just doesn’t seem to want to go away no matter what we do or use. Is there a gel for belly fat that actually works?
Well, some would have you believe that there are, and others would say no, nothing works. I would venture to say that the people who sell gel for belly fat will tell you how well it works, while people who sell weight loss pills or treadmills will tell you it absolutely does not work. I’ll give you the skinny on gel for belly fat right here and now.
Fat reducing gels are typically made up of herbal ingredients and one called Epidril. What Epidril does is pops the fat cells like bubbles in a bathtub. This has been tested by putting the fat cells in a Petri dish and squirting in some Epidril. Once the fat cells are deflated they go to your blood stream to be burnt off as energy. So the short answer is yes, gel for belly fat actually does work.
The problem with gel for belly fat is that people do not understand that once the fat cells are sent off to make energy, you have to actually use that energy. Otherwise, the fat cells are going to redeposit themselves and you will either see no results or you will see temporary results but have to start over again very soon.
So, there you have it. The skinny is, gel for belly fat can make you skinny if you use it wisely and correctly.