Is it possible to lose 33 lb (15 kg), following the so-called corset diet? It turns out that a corset can give amazing results.
An Englishwoman, Caroline Jones, at her 54, regularly wears a corset, but her aim is not to look a little slimmer. For her, this popular item of lingerie of the 18th-19th centuries, is a powerful tool for weight loss. Caroline is on a corset diet, which is rapidly gaining popularity in the world.
Its principle of operation is extremely simple, although it won’t probably appeal to many doctors. The more you tighten the waist, the greater you squeeze stomach. So, you eat less food, which will eventually lead to weight loss. A slimming corset here is a bit of a non-surgical gastrointestinal shunting. Caroline praises her new diet, due to which she began to consume smaller portions without feeling hungry at the same time.
Corset diet came to Europe from Hollywood, where it attracted a lot of celebrities. It is said that actress Jessica Alba has regained good shape after two births due to this diet. The movie star confessed in one of the interviews that she wore a double corset day and night for a month. There was a lot of sweat, but it was worth it, she says. According to rumors, Gwyneth Paltrow’s slenderness is also explained by corsets.
This method of weight loss was invented by a plastic surgeon from Beverly Hills, Alexander Sinclair. He argues that corsets do not only change the figure, but also shift the ribs, which has a beneficial effect on the woman’s appearance. Some experts do not agree with this point of view. In addition, when a woman takes off the slimming corset, she will surely have her appetite quickly returned to previous levels, which threatens with the return of former proportions. But the prospect of wearing this underwear for the rest of the life seems daunting.