10 Ways to get rid of Cellulite


How can you get rid of that bumpy subcutaneous fat that makes your skin look dimpled?

  1. Massage – Regular deep skin massage can help improve the look of your skin temporarily and allow you to wear that bikini for a short while.
  2. Limiting fat intake – Eating less saturated and monounsaturated fats, limiting the intake of red meat or making it lean, eating more white meat and using essential oils will help get rid of cellulite.
  3. Avoid junk food – Men and women who want to get rid of cellulite should avoid highly processed food, junk food, and other starchy foods that increase build up of toxins in the body.
  4. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables – Eating lots of fruits and vegetables can help get rid of cellulite by supplying the body with the necessary antioxidants.
  5. Drinking plenty of water – Water hydrates the skin, prevents it from dimpling and improves its look. Water is also necessary in elimination of toxins that may further damage the skin.
  6. Regular exercise – Exercising regularly helps burn excessive fat and prevents their build up under the skin hence easily getting rid of cellulite.
  7. Avoid smoking – Smoking cigarettes introduces hundreds of toxins in the body hence breaking down collagen and aiding cellulite build up. A simple way of getting rid of these toxins is to quit smoking.
  8. Limit alcohol intake – Alcohol is toxic and affects the skin much like cigarette smoking does. Limiting alcohol reduces the toxicity and helps nurture the skin.
  9. Detoxify – Using laxatives to get rid of toxins that regularly accumulate in the bowels, regular colon cleansing and eating enough fiber can help get rid of excessive fat build up.
  10. Liposuction – This is a surgical procedure that removes fat from the hypodermis by suction. It can be used to remove excess fat from your breasts, the thighs, the abdomen and even the face.
About Shilaho 80 Articles
Born in Kakamega, Kenya, Shilaho Wa Muteshi is a published author, a biochemist and reproductive health consultant based in the city of Nairobi. He has more than ten years experience in teaching Public Health, Disease Epidemiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Maternal Child Health and Family Planning, HIV and Aids and many others at College and Undergraduate level. He has also managed various tertiary institutions in Kenya and also runs Smartpen Consultants. He has published two major novels, The Aids Ward, and Remains of Dead Hope. The Aids Ward is based on Dr. Mlachi who must beat a supernatural deadline by finding a cure for Aids before his brother dies. Remains of Dead Hope, depicts the fight of a people against tyranny. The two books are available worldwide via amazon.com, Google's goodreads.com and other major booksellers and stockists. Welcome to your favorite author's blog.

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