How to Feast Guilt-Free This Festive Season
From Christmas to New Year's Eve to the Chinese New Year, we can almost say that we have been feasting non-stop. As much as we love all the delicious family feasts and all the booze and snacks from our late-night partying, we really don't want to let the after-holiday weight gain to dampen our festive mood.
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Are there ways to be merry without all the excess calories? We are glad to have Jean Tong, nutritionist from Halley Medical Aesthetics, onboard with us to help us with our many queries on weight gain and healthy eating habits for Chinese New Year. Read on to see all the concerns from our readers, and let Jean's professional opinion guide you through your next CNY feast and trips to your family and friends’ house.
However, while all precautions are taken, our love handles may start appearing, and our little tummy may start to bulge—no thanks to all the yummy food we wolf down. If you are finding difficulty getting rid of all the excess kilos and protruding bulges even after having a healthy diet and a strict workout regime, it is time to start exploring other options to get back in shape.
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CoolSculpting by Zeltiq
CoolSculpting by Zeltiq is an innovative way to freeze away unwanted fat without any surgery or downtime. "Losing weight makes a smaller version of you and a smaller version of the bulges in areas that you do not want like the tummy and thighs. Many people think that spot toning exercises and weight loss medications are effective in dealing with those stubborn fats. It's not true,” says Dr. Terence Tan, Director of Halley Medical Aesthetics. And because CoolSculpting can get rid of fat cells permanently, it helps to get rid of the stubborn bulges that refuse to go away even after all the hard work of dieting and exercising.
Make an appointment with Halley Medical Aesthetic's professional weight loss and slimming team to find out more about weight management and body contouring.