Get Rid Of Cellulite For Good!
So you want to know the fastest way to get rid of cellulite?
To ‘cure’ cellulite, you need to understand what causes it and know the simple actions you can take each day to remove it.
Let’s go over what you need to know.
What Causes Cellulite?
Most people believe that cellulite is simply caused by fat under the skin.
And while this is somewhat accurate, it’s not the full story.
Cellulite is as much of a body fat issue as it is a skin issue.
What happens with cellulite is that there is a larger amount of fat cell build-up under the skin, which causes the bands of connective tissue to begin to stretch, leading to a bulging and dimpling appearance at the top layer of your skin called the epidermis.
Various factors can influence how severely this impacts your outer appearance including the elasticity of your skin as well as the level of muscle tissue you have residing under the skin.
Typically cellulite will be seen at its worst in those who have more fat mass and little muscle tone in the impacted region.
This said, even some thinner people can develop cellulite if they still lack muscle and have a layer of fat beneath the surface of their skin.
Some of the other factors that can increase the appearance of cellulite include:
- Hormonal factors such as fluctuating estrogen or insulin levels
- Genetics – if you have a family history of cellulite, your chances of developing it will be higher
- Being female – women tend to suffer more often than men do
- Eating a highly refined diet with simple sugars and unhealthy fats
- Not exercising enough and leading a sedentary lifestyle
With the above in mind, you’re still wondering how to get rid of cellulite? Here’s how…
Remove Processed Foods
The first step that will go a long way towards getting rid of cellulite is to remove all the processed foods you currently have in your diet.
Focus on eating foods in their natural state, consuming plenty of vegetables especially.
These will provide vitamins and minerals you need for optimal fat burning while also helping improve the elasticity and health of your skin.
Begin Strength Training
These will help to build up the glutes, hamstrings, and quads, giving you more muscle tone.
Strength training combined with the right diet, will be the most effective long term way to reduce cellulite.
Say No To Alcohol And Caffeine
It’s also important that you maintain adequate hydration at all times.
Saying no to alcohol and caffeine, both of which dehydrate you and can make cellulite worse will be important.
Hydrate with water or green tea, which offers additional fat burning benefits.
Finally if you are a smoker, you might consider quitting.
There seems to be a link between smoking and cellulite formation as smokers do typically experience this problem more often than their non-smoking peers.
There are already so many other health reasons to quit smoking, so add this to your list.
If you follow these tips and stay committed, you should be able to reduce the appearance of the cellulite on your body and start feeling more confident in how you look.