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One Pound (1 lb) of Fat Model - Mounted

SKU WA7173
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Current price Now £48.00 Inc.VAT
£48.00 - £48.00 Inc.VAT
Current price Now £48.00 Inc.VAT
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Customer Reviews

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Fat blob

Bit concerning the cancer warning- would have preferred it was a blob without the plate! Apart from that I am very pleased with this product. Great representation! X

Mounted One Pound (1 lb) of Fat Model

This dramatic One Pound (1 lb) 454 grams Fat Model from Life/form is a three-dimensional visual replica of human fat mounted on a white plastic base. A shocking but strongly motivating attention-getter.

What does a pound of fat look like?

Visualisation is a powerful motivator and this model is ideal for public health education programmes, GPs, nurses, and schools. Help people understand the abstract concept of weight with something tangible.

Made of soft, pliable, long-lasting vinyl plastic, this replica has a profound, memorable effect when passed among the audience. 

How many calories are in a pound of fat?

One of the most common questions asked during weight-loss education. The answer is pure fat contains approximately 4,100 calories per pound. Body fat is a bit less than pure fat and contains approximately 3,436 to 3,752 calories.

Technical Info

Approximate dimensions: 9 cm high; 13 cm diameter base.

Please note the Life/Form fat replica represents the approximate volume of real fatty tissue; weights vary and the fat model is not designed to be an accurate anatomical representation.


You may also like the non-mounted version:

Realistic Human Fat Replica - One Pound (1 lb)

Looking for a non-mounted version? View the new model here!

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