Red Light Therapy and Stubborn Fat - Can it Really Help?

Red Light Therapy and Stubborn Fat - Can it Really Help?

You most likely have heard of red light therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) and it's connection to the many benefits it contains. One being that it can decrease and burns stubborn fat safely and in a non-invasive manner.

Though the saying goes when something seems too good to be true, it usually is. Not so true when it comes to LLLT and we have science to back it up. In this article you will find what Red light therapy is, what it can really do and if it's worth the shot.


What is red light therapy

in case you are unaware of what red light therapy is; Red light therapy is a low-laser light treatment that can be used for many purposes.

Usually set in a spa or doctors office, RLT can be used to heal wounds, regrow hair, heal muscles, and can even be used to burn fat over time. 

It deflates the fat cells just below the skin so that the body can absorb and discard the fat through normal body elimination processes. 


RLT and Fat loss

So where is the proof that this type of therapy works for burning fat and reducing circumference? According to a few case studies:

1."60 people found that LLLT treatments twice per week led to a modest 0.8-inch (2-cm) reduction in waist circumference."

2."67 people revealed that those who received 6 LLLT treatments for 2 weeks lost significantly more collective inches from their abdomen, hips, and thighs — 3.5 inches or 8.9 cm) "

RTL is a wonderful tool for getting rid of fat from those stubborn areas. The downside? The cost! Most clinics charge anywhere from $2000 to $4000 for a 6 session package. 

That's where Trim and Tone can help. In combination with EMS, our clinical study has proven that you can reduce your waist size without shrinking your wallet as well:

The minimum girth reduction for all participants was 1 inch and the maximize girth reduction for all participants was 6 inches.

Overall, the 59 participants lost a total of 159 inches in girth for an average of 2.69 inches per participant.

Pretty good deal  at just $249.99 vs $2000!


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