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Maintaining your Tummy Tuck Results

If you’re considering a tummy tuck, you probably suffer from loose and sagging skin in the abdominal area. While a tummy tuck can remove this excess tissue for immediate results, this is a procedure that with require a little maintenance! Read on for some tips on how to maintain your tummy tuck results!

Eat Healthy

Individuals should reduce their intake of simple carbohydrates such as rice, bread, and pasta, as well as sugars and saturated fats. Focusing on eating better, not less is the key. Fresh fruits, veggies, whole grains, healthy fats, and lean proteins are all good choices to maintain a healthy physique.

Eat Smaller Meals

Many patients find that eating several smaller meals throughout the day rather than three large meals helps to maintain energy levels and reduces the need to eat snacks between meals. This can help to avoid overeating throughout the day.

Stay Hydrated

Staying hydrated is key to maintaining a healthy metabolism, controlling hunger, and aiding in digestion. Each individual requires a different amount of water throughout the day, though starting with eight 8-ounce glasses a day is a good start.

Get Moving

After you are fully healed from your tummy tuck procedure, it is important to exercise regularly to maintain your results. Focusing on exercises that strengthen your core can really help to ensure long-lasting results. According to the Mayo Clinic, the average healthy adult needs at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity a week, and strength training at least two times a week.

As you can see, with a little maintenance, you can experience life-long results from your tummy tuck! Contact our office today to learn more or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Erella. We would be happy to answer any tummy tuck questions you may have.

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