This is the your fat cell: @ and this is your cell that’s left after you starve yourself thin: 0. They don’t disappear overnight.
Think of fat cells as containers. When you put on weight, you buy more containers. When you lose weight, you can pour content out of containers but you can’t get rid of those empty container boxes. They can shrink or expand, but never turn into muscles!
According to research conducted at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 2008, the total number of fat cells in your body is determined in adolescence and generally stabilises in adulthood. Obese people have more fat cells than others.
This is why liposuction can have potential dangers. When your body has 100 containers and you lipo away 80, your body might end up storing more fats when it rebounds and gain weight faster.