When you heard the word cryolipolysis for the first time, what came into your mind?
When you’re in the fat freezing business, something that is warm, detoxing and has zero calories is a go-to.
At Body Catalyst we are committed to helping you reach your body goals and most importantly supporting you to maintain the results.
Here at Body Catalyst we like to take a holistic approach; pairing our technologies with informed nutritional advice and suggestions to help you become the best version of yourself.
One of the most frequently asked questions from our clients at Body Catalyst is about the liver and how it helps with weight loss.
Evolution only allows our brains to consider a small amount of information when making decisions, and ironically, the more choice presented to us makes that decision even harder.
Creating younger looking skin doesn’t have to involve drastic measures.
The dreaded C word…that’s right I’m talking about you cellulite. If you’ve landed here, I’m about to spill all on the cellulite conundrum.
Specifically the question should be, why do we accumulate pockets of fat in certain areas? But let me begin by telling you that fat is absolutely necessary.
We all have our own little ways of keeping ourselves in our happy place. I truly believe the key to staying there is to prioritise the things that make YOU tick.
At Body Catalyst, we have long held the belief that there’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ when it comes to our bodies.
We all know that calories do matter when it comes to weight loss or maintaining a healthy weight.
At Body Catalyst we believe everyone should have the opportunity to look and feel great.
In the perfect world we’d get all the nutrition we needed from a healthy wholefood diet – macronutrients, micronutrients, the lot.
At Body Catalyst, we continue to strive to help our clients achieve their body goals.
Beauty Editor, Michelle Ruzzene drops in for some non-surgical liposuction with our Cryolipolysis treatment.
Last post, our Nutritionist Amy McKendrick, talked about four types of food that aren’t good for us and what we can replace them with.
One thing we all realise is that we need food for survival. The thing is however, is that everything that we put into our bodies can either have a negative impact on our health or a positive impact.