In fact, subcutaneous panniculus adipose often suffers from insufficient circulation, causing lymphatic stagnation (SWELLING) and often evolving into
CELLULITIC nodules. These same circulatory
insufficiencies cause many of the difficulties in reducing ADIPOSE VOLUME in certain areas
despite dietary changes or increased physical
effort: poorly hydrated adipocytes (fat cells)
actually reduce metabolic activity and fail to burn the “fuel” through which the body disposes of FAT, being unable to dispose of catabolites (metabolic waste product).