Successful fat loss tests with icy saline injection

Successful fat loss tests with icy saline injection

Successful fat loss tests with icy saline injection

Mesa chiocysts: Although this method may seem like a self-prescribed version of a semi-doctor or atypical doctor, it is in fact a new invention of Harvard University experts that can be added to saline water by injecting icy particles and injecting them into the body.

Scientists at Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) added glycerol to saline water and then added 20 to 40 percent of the iceberg. In the next step, it is injected directly into the body's fat reserves, such as the stomach. In this way the icy particles were able to penetrate the fat and destroy their cells. After a few weeks, the fat cells can exit the body.

 
According to the research team, it can send fat sticks to any part of the body, no matter how deep it is. After confirming the success of the experiment, the icy mole was tested on coarse fresh pigs, and in eight weeks their fat was reduced by 55%. Again, skin and internal meat were not affected.

 
This intriguing and strange process is called 'cryptocurrency' and 'cool sculpting'. Suppose that icy saline solids the fat cells and actually kills them. Professor Lilit Gribian, a research associate, has said that with just one simple injection, any doctor can do this in a minute. The patient can go home and then slowly dissolve the fat.

 
However, critics have said that it has only been tested on pigs and its consequences on humans may vary. According to him, this is fine to the extent of cosmetic, but obesity cannot be eliminated only with saline vaccines; further research on this research is needed.