Results from our latest scientific study:
- 20 years of research
- Patented techniques
- International Scientific Committee of Research (www.cosire-lpg.com)
- Continually evolving techniques
+50% activation of lipolysis (elimination of fat)
+240% activation of collagen production (redensification of the skin)
+160% activation of elastin production
* LAFONTAN M.: Evaluation of the effects of LPG® Technique on lipolysis and gene expression using respectively microdialysis and DNA microarray technologies.
Clinical Investigation Center, Toulouse Hospital, France. Research Report 2009.
Meeting with Prof. Max Lafontan
"The study, undertaken for LPG in 2009, was conducted at the Centre for Clinical Investigation in the Toulouse Central University Hospital.
The treatments were performed by a physical therapist, an expert in LPG techniques with the Ergodrive head.
There were two objectives: to evaluate the impact of this technique on lipid mobilization and on gene expression by comparing the state of the fatty tissue before and after a course of 12 treatment sessions. For this, two evaluation techniques were used: microdialysis (We, along with Prof. Arner in Sweden, are the only ones in the world to master this evaluation technique) and DNA chips.
To my knowledge, LPG is the only manufacturer on the market who undertakes this kind of basic research. Finally, we also observed a very significant impact on gene expression.
Work to identify these genes is currently underway. Early evidence shows action on the fibroblast, a pro-collagenic effect of +240% and a pro-elastic fiber effect of +160%! This identification is a very lengthy process because it requires attention to biological pathways, not to the individual genes."
The lipolytic response of the adipose tissue is improved by 50% combined with a vasodilator effect.
LAFONTAN M.: Evaluation of the effects of LPG® Technique on lipolysis and gene expression using respectively microdialysis and DNA microarray technologies. Clinical Investigation Center, Toulouse Hospital, France. Research Report 2009.