There are limits to what human beings can do. We can diet and exercise and eat sensibly and get up off of the couch once in a while, but even if we do all that, we may find that there are those areas of our body where the fat just doesn't go away.
That can be discouraging and can interfere with continued efforts to get healthy and stay healthy. If you run every day for a year and watch what you eat and at the end of the year, you've still got a spare tire or saddlebags, you might just give up.
Where human effort leaves off, medical science can take over. Instead of quitting, try this: get liposuction and then move on.
Liposuction can be done quickly and conveniently and very safely these days, and can remove areas of fat that are stubbornly resisting all your efforts to get rid of them.
It's not a permanent fix; removing the fat via liposuction doesn't mean it won't come back; but it does mean you can keep it from coming back by continuing to live healthy, and you won't have to suffer the disappointment and discouragement that it's been causing you.
Liposuction is surgery, so make sure you pick someone qualified and licensed and with experience, someone like Dr. Daniel Sterling, M.D., a doctor since 1996 who graduated med school with honors and has won awards for clinical and research activities. Dr. Sterling practices at The Plastic Surgery Center, which has been in business for 36 years now.
There's more surgeons and doctors at The Plastic Surgery Center; I just picked out Dr. Sterling as one of the many qualified physicians there, physicians who for three and a half decades have been helping people reduce physical imperfections, improve their appearance, and gain or regain the self-confidence that comes with knowing they don't just feel their best, but they look their best, too.