Many lines of evidence support this. Some do not.
Liposuction: surgical removal of subcutaneous fat (frequently for aesthetic purposes). It’s the physical removal of adipose tissue and thus fat storing capacity in the relatively “safe” subcutaneous region. This causes fat to be stored elsewhere, “ectopically,” in places like liver.
There’s also cryolipolysis, but we’ll get into that later.
Short and long-term effects of abdominal lipectomy on weight and fat mass in women (Seretis et al., 2015)
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