Bodcor fat cell shrinking technology has been proven to shrink fat cells by tricking them into making them think that you are working out. The fat cells then release stored fatty acids to create energy for your body.
Fat cells are mainly made up of these elements:
Bodcor’s 4D Laser Fat Loss System uses Nanometer (NM) lasers to interact with the body’s fat cells. Our proprietary technology uses a very specific set of wavelengths designed to deplete fat cells.
This type of low level laser light is so precise that it can target just the fat cells and leave everything else alone. It’s like having a super-focused flashlight that only lights up the things you want.
Bodcor triggers the walls of your fat cell membranes to open up. The opening of cell membranes allows the contents within fat reservoirs to escape. After each treatment the fat cells empty and shrink without any negative side effects.
Fat cells in our body store something called triglycerides. Think of triglycerides like a tiny power pack. They are made up of different parts called fatty acids and glycerol.
When our body needs energy, like when we’re running or playing, it sends a signal to these fat cells. This signal tells the fat cells to break down the triglycerides into fatty acids and glycerol.
This process is called lipolysis. Once broken down, the fatty acids and glycerol enter our bloodstream.
When the laser light hits the fat cells, it makes them release the stored fat inside them. This is similar to how our body releases fat when we exercise. The released fat can then be used by our body for energy.
So in simple terms, nanometer lasers are a special kind of light that we can use to target specific things in our body, like fat cells, to help us look and feel better.
Lipolysis is the process your body uses to break down stored fat when it needs energy. During lipolysis, the fat cells release their stored fat. This stored fat is in the form of fatty acids and glycerol.
By stimulating lipolysis, Bodcor’s technology helps to shrink the fat cells. As the fat cells release their stored fat, they become smaller. This helps to reduce the appearance of fat in certain areas of your body.
The stored contents of a fat cell that provide energy to the body are primarily composed of a type of lipid called triglycerides. Triglycerides are made up of three fatty acid chains attached to a glycerol backbone.
When the body needs energy, hormones signal the breakdown of these triglycerides into their component fatty acids and glycerol in a process called lipolysis. The fatty acids and glycerol are then released into the bloodstream.
The fatty acids can be taken up by various tissues in the body (like muscle tissue) and broken down further through a process called beta-oxidation to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is the primary energy currency of cells.
Glycerol, on the other hand, can be used by the liver to produce glucose through a process called gluconeogenesis, which can then be used for energy, especially for the brain and red blood cells that cannot use fatty acids for energy.
Different parts of our body, like our muscles, can use these fatty acids. They break them down even more to make something called ATP. ATP is like the battery that powers our body’s cells.
Glycerol has a different job. Our liver can turn glycerol into glucose, which is a type of sugar. This sugar can be used for energy, especially for our brain and red blood cells, which can’t use fatty acids for energy.
When our body needs energy, like when we’re running or playing, it sends a signal to these fat cells. This signal tells the fat cells to break down the triglycerides into fatty acids and glycerol. This process is called lipolysis. Once broken down, the fatty acids and glycerol enter our bloodstream.
ATP, or Adenosine Triphosphate, is like the energy currency for our body. Think of it as the battery that powers everything we do.
When we eat food, our body breaks it down into smaller parts. Some of these parts can be used to make ATP. Once ATP is made, it can be used right away or stored for later.
When a cell in our body needs energy, it breaks down ATP. When this happens, energy is released. This energy is used to do all sorts of things – from helping us run and jump, to building new cells, to thinking and learning.
In the case of fat cells, when they break down, they release fatty acids. These fatty acids can be used to make ATP. So, the energy stored in fat cells can be turned into ATP, which our body can use to power all its activities.
Fatty acids are important molecules that our bodies use for several things. They are like the building blocks of fat in our bodies and in the food we eat.
Fatty acids are made up of a long chain of carbon atoms, with hydrogen atoms attached all along the chain.
One end of the chain has a special group of atoms called a carboxyl group, which makes it an acid. That’s why we call them “fatty acids”.
There are different types of fatty acids. Some types of fatty acids our bodies can’t make naturally, which in turn requires the body to get them from our diet.
In the context of the body contouring process, when the nanometer laser targets the fat cells, it causes them to release these fatty acids.
Once released, these fatty acids can be used by the body for energy. This is similar to how your body burns fat when you exercise.
Triglycerides are a type of fat found in your blood. When you eat, your body takes any calories it doesn’t need to use right away and turns them into triglycerides. The triglycerides are then stored in your fat cells. Later on, hormones release triglycerides for energy between meals.
Bodcor’s innovative technology harnesses the power of nanometer lasers to target and shrink fat cells, effectively transforming stored triglycerides into a usable energy source, paving the way for a healthier, more toned body.
Glycerol can be used by the body for energy. This is especially important for parts of your body like your brain and red blood cells, which need glycerol for energy.
Bodcor’s NM technology helps release glycerol from the body’s stored fat cells, again resulting in a depleted and shrunken fat cell without causing any harm to the fat cell.
Once the glycerol is released from the fat cells, it enters your bloodstream. From there, it travels to your liver. Your liver is like a factory that can turn the glycerol into glucose, which is a type of sugar resulting in an energized feeling.
So, in short, Bodcor’s technology shrinks fat cells by making them release glycerol, which your body can then use for energy.
In summary its the fatty acids and glycerol from the breakdown of triglycerides in the fat cells that provide energy to the body.
This is how fat cells give our body energy.
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Bodcor’s proprietary devices utilize nano-meter wavelength technology that tricks fat cells into thinking that the body is working out. This causes the fat cells to release stored fatty acids, which are then used to create energy for the body, thus depleting the fat cell, resulting in a shrunken fat cell.
Bodcor’s technology triggers the walls of fat cell membranes to open up. This allows the contents within the fat reservoirs to escape, causing the fat cells to empty and shrink without any negative side effects.
Fat cells are mainly composed of a cell membrane, a cell nucleus, and a fat cell reservoir.
Fat cells store something called triglycerides. When the body needs energy, it sends a signal to these fat cells to break down the triglycerides into fatty acids and glycerol. These components then enter the bloodstream and are used by various tissues in the body to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the primary energy currency of cells.
ATP, or Adenosine Triphosphate, is like the energy currency for our body. When a cell in our body needs energy, it breaks down ATP, releasing energy. This energy is used for various activities, from helping us run and jump, to building new cells, to thinking and learning. In the case of fat cells, when they break down, they release fatty acids that can be used to make ATP. So, the energy stored in fat cells can be turned into ATP, which our body can use to power all its activities.
Nanometer technology in Bodcor’s treatments refers to the use of lasers with a specific wavelength measured in nanometers. These lasers target the fat cells in your body, causing them to release stored fat, which can then be used by your body for energy.
When Bodcor’s nanometer laser targets fat cells, it causes them to release stored fat, which includes glycerol. This glycerol is then converted into glucose by your liver, providing energy for your body. This process helps to shrink the fat cells, contributing to body contouring.
Fatty acids are released from fat cells when they are targeted by Bodcor’s nanometer laser. These fatty acids are then used by your body for energy. This process of releasing and using fatty acids helps to shrink the fat cells.
Triglycerides are the main form of fat stored in the fat cells. When Bodcor’s nanometer laser targets these fat cells, it causes the triglycerides to break down and release glycerol and fatty acids. These are then used by your body for energy, helping to shrink the fat cells and contribute to body contouring.
Lipolysis is a process in our body that breaks down stored fat into smaller parts that can be used for energy. When lipolysis happens, fat cells release their stored fat, becoming smaller. This is how lipolysis can help in shrinking fat cells.
Lipolysis can help in reducing the size of fat cells, which can contribute to the appearance of weight loss. However, it’s important to note that lipolysis is just one part of the process. A balanced diet and regular exercise are also important for overall weight loss and health.
Yes, certain technologies and treatments can stimulate lipolysis to increase the breakdown of stored fat, leading to a reduction in the size of fat cells. However, these treatments should be used in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle for best results.