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Cellulite Reduction, Causes & Treatment of Cellulite (Orange-Peel Skin) - How to Remove Cellulite Fat, Liposuction

Cellulite Reduction

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What is Cellulite

Cellulite is a series of ripples of fat cells and fibrous connective tissue under the skin. Usually found on the thighs and butt, especially in women, it has a characteristic pucker or 'orange peel' appearance.

What Causes Cellulite?

Although there are several possible explanations, the truth is: we don't know why cellulite is caused.

  • Being overweight doesn't cause cellulite - many sufferers are slim, while many severely obese people show no signs of it.
  • Older people have more cellulite than younger people, although it's also prevalent in adolescents.
  • Despite intensive research as well as the existence of hundreds of different creams, lotions and oils which claim miracle properties, no proven cure for cellulite exists.

The Answer to Cellulite

If you are one of the thousands, if not millions, of women who suffer from cellulite, your best policy is to avoid buying expensive commercial products. Instead, take the following 5 steps.

1. Pay attention to your diet

a) Do not allow yourself to get dehydrated. Drink a regular amount of water.
b) Avoid excessive consumption of coffee, alcohol, very high fat foods like chocolate/candy.
c) Make sure your diet includes enough fiber. (30 grams a day is a good target)
d) Eat regular amounts of fresh fruit.
e) The more natural foods your diet contains, the better.

2. Quit or cut down on smoking

3. Avoid unnecessary medication
In particular, avoid diet-pills, pep-pills, sleeping pills, laxatives and diuretic pills.

4. Take regular exercise
Ideally in the fresh air. Make it part of your daily routine. If outside exercise is impossible, do it inside, to music. Or, do a regular series of breathing exercises.

5. Don't let stress get on top of you
Make relaxation a regular part of your daily routine.

What you will achieve
These 5 steps will help to cleanse your body of toxins that are believed to be a major contributory cause of cellulite. They will also make you feel a lot better.

Don't expect miracles
As stated, there is no cure for cellulite. We still don't know exactly what causes it or how to eliminate it. For example, hormones are also believed to be a contributory factor. This is why women whose bodies are undergoing hormonal changes (during puberty, menstruation, menopause etc.) often notice the appearance of cellulite.

So don't expect miracles and don't waste your money searching for a magic bullet - I'm afraid there isn't one.

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