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For Best Results

  1. Typically it will take 10-12 sessions for significant and long-lasting results.
  2. Please keep your appointments and make up any that you miss. This type of therapy is cumulative, and consistency is important.
  3. We recommend that you come no more than every other day to allow your body time to process the extra fat.
  4. Remember to take your liver support supplement(s) as directed.
  5. Drink water before each treatment and continue throughout the day, as directed. This helps flush the fat and toxins from your system.
  6. Don’t eat for at least 1 hour before and one hour after each treatment. If you can, don’t eat at all before your session.
  7. Do some form of exercise for at least 10-20 minutes after each treatment to stimulate lymphatic and blood circulation and help process the fat that has been released.
  8. Reduce your overall caloric intake while limiting starchy carbohydrates and simple sugars.
  9. Please lessen or eliminate alcohol during the treatment process. Alcohol negatively affects the liver which will work against this treatment, lessening the results.
  10. Once you’ve achieved your goal, it is important that you stay on a regular monthly calorie maintenance program.

Treatment Rules

  1. Women are asked to wear bikini-style bathing suits.
  2. Prior to each session, remove creams, oil or make-up over areas to be treated.

General Rules

  1. Remember to take before and after pictures.
  2. Keep your appointments and make up any that you miss. Light therapy is cumulative, and consistency is important.
  3. Feel free to talk to your treatment technician about maintenance packages. Most often this is a once per month to prevent slipping back out of shape and into bad habits.

The Body Sculpting Diet

Undergoing Light Liposuction therapy is not a license to increase your food intake.  On the contrary, we recommend that you follow The Body Sculpting Diet, a low calorie, low starchy carbohydrate and low saturated fat diet.  This allows your kidneys, liver and lymphatic systems to more effectively purge the excess fat as it is released from the fat cells.

What is the Body Sculpting Diet?

Light Lipo therapy is an excellent first step towards a healthy lifestyle. However, you’ll never keep the inches and weight you’ve lost off unless you accompany your Body Sculpting sessions with a good long-term lower calorie diet full of macronutrients. Our Body Sculpting Diet is designed to keep your body in a state of hormonal balance by regulating the hormone insulin so that it remains within a healthy range.

High carbohydrate diets are great for elite athletes and bodybuilders but for the rest of us, carbs contribute to an increase in hormone insulin to such a degree that they impair our body’s ability to function at peak efficiency. When we eat high carbohydrate foods, our blood glucose increases dramatically. This triggers an increase in insulin, which is meant to store the glucose in muscle tissue. However, when too much glucose is produced too quickly, it’s stored as body fat.

The Body Sculpting Diet steers clear of excess carbs, working with your body to control your appetite and keep those insulin levels in check.

Understanding Insulin

To lose weight and keep it off, you need to burn off fat for energy. When you take in a lot of carbohydrates, your body creates more insulin to process the carbohydrates while preventing the burning of fat cells for fuel. This creates a vicious cycle in the body where it relies more and more on using carbohydrates for energy, leaving the fat exactly where you don’t want it: on you.

Another disadvantage of having high insulin levels is it has the effect of increasing hunger. Increased blood sugar sent to the muscles causes hypoglycemia, and an increased appetite which can usually be satisfied with more carbs or sugar.

The Body Sculpting Diet is lower on carbohydrates and rich in healthy fats. Keeping your carbs at around 40% of your daily calories keeps your blood sugar stable and encourages your body to burn off that fat as fuel, so you run more efficiently.


Most of us consume too many carbohydrates. The point of the Body Sculpting Diet is not to eliminate carbohydrates. We recommend keeping carbohydrate consumption in proper balance within your diet. Modest amounts of carbohydrates in meals are good. They are used for energy when combined with healthy fats and proteins and do not cause extreme spikes in glucose levels.

When too many carbohydrates are consumed too quickly – such as a rich desert or even a large bowl of pasta – the body cannot process them without generating tremendous amounts of insulin to process the glucose, making it less likely your body will utilize fat for energy.

Therefore, we recommend that until you reach your desired size and weight that you consume small amounts of low starch and low sugar carbohydrates that are high in fiber. For instance:

Fruits: watermelon, cherries, blackberries, blueberries grapefruits

Vegetables: artichokes, asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans

Grains: oatmeal, rye, wild rice

Legumes: black beans, chickpeas, kidney beans, lentils

Starches: sweet potatoes, yams, whole grain pasta


Generous amounts of protein are crucial to maintaining both a healthy diet and a healthy weight. Protein is required to build and repair muscles, and is needed for attractive skin, hair and nails, and in the production of hormones and enzymes.

The Body Sculpting Diet contains the protein you’ll need every day to maintain your lean muscle mass. This includes lean, high-quality, proteins such as low-fat cottage cheese, eggs and egg whites, skinless turkey and chicken, lean meats such as fish, and even various protein powders to help rebuild muscle after working out.

Moving beyond a carb-heavy diet you may have relied on in the past, and towards a diet rich in lean proteins such as the Body Sculpting Diet is important if you are going to maintain a healthy and sustainable weight.


We have come a long way since all fats were considered “bad.” Today, it is understood that dietary fat is vital for staying healthy and fit. While fried fats and hydrogenated fats should be avoided, all-natural fats are good for you when taken in moderation.

In fact, dietary fats are conducive to stimulating your metabolism. With a quicker metabolism you will burn energy quicker and lose more weight when at rest. A diet – such as The Body Sculpting Diet – that is comprised of 30% carbohydrate, 30% fat, and 40% protein is ideal for maintaining a healthy weight as well as lifestyle.

Some excellent naturally occurring fats include avocados, safflower-based mayonnaise, cold water fish such as salmon and mackerel, raw nuts and nut butters, and vegetable oils such as olive, sunflower, safflower, and sesame.


Have you ever heard the saying, “calories in-calories out?” Whether your goal is to lose or maintain your weight, calories are the most important thing to consider, manage and be aware of. If you consume more calories that you burn each day you are going to gain weight even if you were to completely eliminate carbs and junk from your diet. Consume less calories and you will lose weight. That does not mean we all have to count every calorie we consume but if you want to maintain the results of your Body Sculpting treatments you’re need to figure out a way to ensure you are not taking in a surplus of calories. For many of our clients, counting calories can be difficult and undesirable. Yes, there are many apps available that make counting calories easier but achieving balance should be the goal. Talk to your Body Sculpting treatment practitioner for more ideas on how you stay in a caloric deficit.

All Calories Are Not the Same

Quality macronutrients make most people feel and perform better. The Body Sculpting Diet takes calories, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and many other factors into account when considering how they affect insulin levels. Elevated insulin levels can prevent your body from acting as efficiently as it should. Constantly elevated insulin levels make it difficult to lose weight, can sap your energy, impair your ability to concentrate, and even lead to a condition known as hyperinsulinemia: a primary contributor to coronary heart disease.

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