Fall kicks off with warm weather, still perfect for toned tummies via exercise or liposuction

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Published: 28th November 2016
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Autumn is traditionally the time when cooler winds begin to blow across the country, but with the weather the way it's been lately, this fall season is one of continued shorts, skirts, and bared skin. People who worked to get themselves into their ideal shape for bikinis at the beach—whether through diet and exercise alone or with a little belly-busting boost from liposuction—are increasingly finding that they have an extended excuse to keep that midriff on display past summer.

Anyone thinking about wearing something that reveals a flat stomach in the coming days certainly won't be alone.

Go to your search engine of choice and type in the word "midriff" under the "news" heading. (Midriff, by the way, is the technical name for that abdominal area that sits roughly between your ribs and your hips and is punctuated by a belly button.) You'll see that celebrities of all stripes, from Taylor Swift to Jennifer Lawrence, have all made recent headlines around the world for wearing outfits that display their midriffs. Style-setters are continuing to wear shirts that show off their smooth stomachs—which magazine and web writers love to refer to as "toned tummies"—and these actresses have good reason to bare their bellies.

Throughout the first week of fall, temperatures ranged from the 80s in California (no surprise there) to the upper 70s in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Washington, D.C. The South saw thermometers hitting similar highs, though the rain and lightning in those states might have ruined the sort of sidewalk strolls that would be best for showing off a new top. Still, there's no arguing with the fact that even though the leaves are changing colors across the country, plenty of regions are still enjoying sunny days that keep scarves and jackets at bay.

But it doesn't matter whether it's the height of summer or an unseasonably warm stretch before winter really sets in; you can always make time for your body. Eating well is perhaps the best thing you can do, because while liposuction can help eliminate some unwanted flab, your diet is what will keep you slim and trim for the long haul—and that haul will likely be even longer if you're paying attention to your nutrition and eating healthy meals every day.

Similarly, exercise is another excellent choice for hitting short-term fitness goals and extending long-term life prospects. In fact, even if you're considering liposuction, you should know that the best liposuction candidate is someone who is very close to his or her ideal weight and shape, but needs a hand in getting all the way there.

That's because liposuction isn't supposed to be a weight-loss surgery. Yes, it eliminates fat, but the procedure aims for aesthetic improvement, not for a massive health-impacting U-turn.

So if you want to bust out a midriff-baring outfit but don't feel quite ready yet, use this upcoming winter—whether it's warm or cool—to make a change. Set a weight goal and work every day to get there by staying active and paying attention to what you're putting into your body. While you're doing this, talk to a plastic surgeon, such as Michigan's Dr. Pramit Malhotra, about what you'd like to look like at the end of all your effort and the ideal weight you'd ultimately like to reach. Once you've dropped to your weight window, liposuction from a certified and experienced plastic surgeon can remove any stubborn pockets of fat that continue to cling to your body—some of which might stick around no matter how much you sweat in an effort to get it to leave.

Of course, a tummy tuck can further help to reduce the appearance of a sagging midsection, and that procedure pairs very well with liposuction.

By working to get into shape, stay healthy, and give yourself a slimmer profile, you'll likely be ready to debut some pieces from a new wardrobe as next summer nears. It's never too early to start preparing for your own healthy and beautiful future—and it's never too late, either. All you have to do is decide to make a change for the better, then stick with the plan with help from knowledgeable, committed people who want to see you succeed. With a solid plan and some serious commitment, you could be looking at a new, healthier, sleeker you a year from now (and everyone else might be looking, too).

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