INDEPENDENT STUDY USING MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
In a controlled study conducted Landeskrankenanstalten Salzburg, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was used to measure and visually demonstrate the fat reduction achieved with HYPOXI® training.
The test was conducted over a two week period, over which time the subjects carried out eight HYPOXI® training sessions in the L250. In order to reliably measure the fat reduction over this time, an MRI was taken prior and then subsequent to the completion of the HYPOXI® treatments.
It is apparent from these MR images that the thickness of the fat surrounding the subject’s lower body noticeably reduced on the completion of the HYPOXI® L250 training sessions.
These magnetic resonance images coupled with the table of average results below, confirm that the circumference loss achieved with HYPOXI® is not attributed to fluid loss, but rather the result of real fat degradation.
25 Jan 1999
08 Feb 1999