Untold Health Risk Of Waist Training
We do it for the glamour, we do it for the attention, we do it for the selfies and we do it to get an hour glass figure, but unfortunately our health is paying the price for it. We totally understand the struggle with weight loss; it could be downright difficult. Lowering your calorie intakes, reading nutrition labels for deceptive ingredients, exercising, yet when you look into the mirror, you see no improvement. So of course, when we hear you can actually loose stomach fat and have an hour glass figure without changing your lifestyle by simply wearing a piece of cloth, your natural instinct would be to jump at it. Though it sounds too good to be true, that’s the basis for the newest trend in weight loss called waist training.
For a long time, women have always worn tight undergarments to contour their bodies for a desired, shapely appearance. It recently exploded into popularity after popular celebrities attributed their toned body to its consistent use. This has caused a high demand in latex and non-latex corsets to attain an unnatural hourglass figure.
This practice involves wearing a corset-like device for hours at a time to compress your core, which is supposed to decrease the size of your waist over time. The hope is that the body will maintain that shape and inches will be lost, creating a leaner and slimmer appearance. However, there is no evidence to show that this change will remain permanent without wearing the garment. There is also the theory that the stomach will be squeezed into a smaller shape, causing to become less hungry and reduce your calorie intake. There is no clinical proof that this is effective or beneficial to a woman, and in fact, it may be harmful to a woman’s body over time.
According to health experts, …
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