The device they use is roughly that size, probably a little bigger. They place it on the area, leave it on for awhile and then can move to additional areas. The patient could do their whole midsection, for example, if they have enough time and money available.
My husband did this through a reputable plastic surgeon in our area. It's very popular. If I remember correctly, the office was having trouble keeping up with demand and he had to wait a few weeks to get in. My husband has had a couple abdominal surgeries. There is a scar down the middle of his abdomen with a pocket of fat…
Tip: If you don't like it, don't eat it. I've been on a few cruises, and the buffet food has always been subpar at best. People load up their plates anyway to "get their money's worth". If you don't fall into that trap, you'll be fine.
I am a participant in a 16 week weight loss program offered for free through my insurance company. Last week they suggested that skipping ONE meal will put your body into 'starvation mode'. Sigh. You'd think that such a large company with registered dieticians running the program would know a little more than that.
This. Go to a wine tasting or a wine festival where you can try many all at once. It's much easier to find what you like when you can compare them back to back rather than just grabbing anything off the rack.
Perhaps that is their family time with their stepfather. I am sure their mother is fully aware of what they are eating since she lives in the same house and presumably buys the groceries. If my sister tried to tell me how to raise my kids, it would not end well.
Agree. They sound like normal kids. I had approx. the same stats when I was that age, and I had stretch marks on my legs from a growth spurt. When I joined jr high sports teams in 7th grade, I slimmed down some.