Despite the fact that Lipedema fat doesn’t respond to traditional weight loss methods, it is possible to achieve better fitness level and lose some weight in the process. Those suffering from Lipedema can control their symptoms, manage inflammation, and lose some weight in the process. Dieting and exercise helps to control and manage the progression of Lipedema, so weight management is critical to keeping the disease in check. Of course, tumescent liposuction is the best treatment for painful Lipedema fat removal, but what if surgery is not an option for you at the moment? This article will go through the ten best Fitness Tips to Lose Weight with Lipedema, as well as pain management tips to help you get started toward a healthier, more active life!
Thank you Dr. David Amron for a successful first surgery and the increased mobility and decreased pain. Thank you American Health Journal for giving a voice to my struggle and that of so many women. #lipedema #americanhealthjournal #pbs #medical #liposuction American Health Journal on Lipedema ft. Crystal Blount and Dr. DAVID AMRON
Why Are My Legs So Fat? You May Actually Have Lipedema! Written by Crystal Willis Do you feel embarrassed by your “thunder thighs” or “cankles”? You’re not alone. But, it might be more than just a need to lose a few pounds. Answer some of the questions below to determine if you might be… Continue reading Why are my legs so fat? You might actually have Lipedema!
I watched this creative and enlightening video today about Lipedema, the condition I have in my legs. I wanted to share it with all of you to raise awareness about this condition. 🙂 Stay tuned for more Lip Lady Fashion tips coming soon! ‘Fat Legs and All’ is a quirky and creative video made to raise… Continue reading Fat Legs and All: A fun look at Lipedema
For many women, they aren’t just “cankles”. Here’s info about the condition so you can educate yourself and others. What is Lipoedema? Lipoedema (spelled Lipedema in the US) is a chronic, progredient disorder that affects almost exclusively women and is characterized by bilateral, symmetrical abnormal fatty tissue accummulation mainly in the hip region and upper… Continue reading About Lipedema