Thursday, 12 December 2013
Exercise to reduce cellulite. Even a little bit of exercise everyday will help, but try and work in some vigorous exercise for better results. Losing weight can help reduce that cottage cheese look.
Make changes in your diet to reduce cellulite. A cellulite diet consists of reducing fat, sugar and calorie intake and focusing on foods that contain anti cellulite ingredients, packed with anti-oxidant power such as:*Asparagus*Avocadoa*Bananas*Beans*Ber... and Oat Cereal are an excellent source of energy, high in fiber and antioxidants.*Broccoli*Citrus Fruits*Nuts*Oily Fish:Salmon, sardines, tuna, trout, herrings, mackerel and bass*Onions*Pears*Pineapple*WatermelonIn... as much of these types of food into a balanced diet to reduce cellulite.
As part of your anti-cellulite diet, eat more protein and fiber. protein helps to firm up muscles that can keep fat stores in place and reduce the dimpled effect of cellulite.
Eat approximately .6 gram per pound of lean body mass if you are a moderately active person, and 1 gram per pound of lean body mass if you are very active. Opt for lean protein in fish, especially salmon because fish provides a high dose of essential fatty acids.
Help get rid of cellulite by taking your vitamins. Add the following vitamins to your diet to help:
Calcium : To reduce body fat,Gamma linoleic acid: Helps burn more calories,Potassium : Helps combat fluid retention,Iodine: Helps stimulate a slow metabolism,Lycopene: A vital antioxidant
Magnesium: Helps fight stress and is associated with weight management Selenium: Improves the action of vitamins C & E and beta carotene Sulphur : Reduces free-radical damage Vitamin B6: Excellent fluid fighter
Vitamin C: Powerful detoxifier and helps strengthen skin Vitamin E: Improves circulation and is essential for healthy skin Essential Fatty Acids. Take a fish oil or flaxseed supplement which can improve skin texture and tone within 2 months of use.
Supplement your cellulite diet with antioxidants that can help you reduce cellulite. The best antioxidants for fighting cellulite include: juniper berries, peppermint tea, grape seed bioflavonoids, co-enzyme Q-10, black pepper extract, white pepper, cinnamon root extract, onion, cloves, garlic and ginger.
Green Tea is also a great antioxidant that has been shown to increase the rate your body burns calories and can help you lose cellulite.
Get professional help. See an Endermologist. The FDA has approved Endermologie as an effective solution for temporary reduction of cellulite. You start with 14-18 treatments 1-2 times weekly, with monthly visits for maintenance. Endermologie involves a massage machine with 2 rollers and some gentle suction action. Another option is to get a weekly massage and have them put extra focus on your problem areas.
Try body brushing to reduce cellulite. Buy a bristle body brush and use it everyday before you shower. Begin at your feet and make deep, long strokes towards your heart, with extra focus on the problem areas. This exfoliates and improves circulation, which helps with the appearance of cellulite.