Information You Can Use In Your Fight Against Cellulite!
A sensible diet is part and parcel of cellulite removal treatment and we can guide you towards choosing the foods which help you to obtain this objective.
Research has shown that by eating antioxident nutrients we can offset some of the damage that time and lifestyle have inflicted on our bodies and minds. Oxidation is a process in which damaging free radicals, the body´s exhaust fumes, have been gradually wearing down the DNA, resulting in the ageing process from first wrinkle to deteriorating memory, as well as the accumulation of cellulite over the years.
Included in these anti-oxident nutrients are:
Cinnamon, dried oregano, turmeric, mustard, walnuts or pecan halves, pistachios, lentils, kidney beans, avocado, broccoli, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, pear, grapefruit or plum, cherries, oranges and apples, dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids), asparagus spears, and a glass of red wine.
It must be seriously understood that cellulite is essentially a result of toxins, fluid deposits and fats building up underneath the skin. By reducing or eliminating the causes of cellulite problems, you are on your way home to a perfect solution.
Foods which contribute to your goal of reducing fluid retention include fresh parsley, celery and kelp. Foods rich in potassium are also helpful – prunes, bananas, beans, pineapples and apricots are in this category.
Vegetables which are rich in fibre and possess loads of micro-nutrients which assist the production of a soft, healthy skin and the elimination of cellulite are: kale, spinach, broccoli, carrots and avocados.
Generally, mainstay foods should include multi-grain pasta, brown rice, whole grains, natural foods, lean proteins and healthy fats. Salmon is rich in Omega threes – a healthy fat – treat yourself as much as possible during your diet and it will help you get rid of your cellulite. Fish, chicken and very lean cuts of red meat can be included for your protein intake.
Avoid eating processed corn products and foods rich in simple carbs – white flour, pastries, bread, cakes and anything sugary. These foods and drinks cause insulin surges resulting in high blood sugar levels which causie the body to store more fat. Saturated fat, contained in whole milk and cream products and fatty cuts of red meat, are transformed into body fat easily and should be greatly reduced.
Warning to all Social Drinkers:
Fat levels in the blood stream rise with alcohol intake and circulation is slowed – both contributors to the formation of cellulite. Alcohol also contributes to the formation of free radicals. Just keep in mind that slim, firm body you seek as your goal and try saying “No” to the second one if you are serious about getting rid of your cellulite.