The Truth About Cellulite

 truth about cellulite
Even the sexiest women
have cellulite.

Let us face the truth about cellulite, it can’t be eliminated. Once you have those dimpled fats, there’s no way of getting rid of them permanently (based on studies and experiences). Though there are several therapy, creams and oral supplements that claim to remove cellulite, they haven’t been supported in both scientific and medical field. However, there are things you can do to minimize and improve cellulite appearance. But first you have to understand the truth about cellulite.

Cellulite is lumpy deposit of body fats that are trapped underneath your skin and right above your muscles. It is commonly visible in thighs, buttocks, hips and upper arms. It affects both sexes but more common in women and even the sexiest women have it. Although genetic plays important role in having cellulite, there are several more theories that are being considered.

Hormonal – there are hormones that are believed to aggravate cellulite.
Ethnicity – cellulite is more common in Caucasians then Asians.
Lifestyle – cellulite is more prevalent to those who have high-stressed lifestyle.
Diet – eating foods with too much sweet, rich in carbohydrates and fats aid in the appearance of cellulite.

How to grade your cellulite?

Grade 1 – cellulite is visible when you pinch your skin.
Grade 2 – cellulite is visible when you are standing but invisible when you are lying down.
Grade 3 – cellulite has visible roughness on the skin whether you are standing or lying down.

So while you are waiting for the science to stumble upon the cure for cellulite, these following steps will help minimize and improve the cellulite appearance.

1. Exercise regularly to eliminate those bulges. The lesser bulges you have, the less visible your cellulite are.
2. Moderate your carbohydrate and fat intake. Eat foods that are rich in fiber.
3. Use lotions with CoEnzyme Q10 to keep the skin firm.

One thought on “The Truth About Cellulite

  1. These are very helpful tips to prevent cellulite. I just turned 40 years old last month and getting old is a part of having cellulite. I might have already and with your tips, I hope I can prevent them from getting worst 🙂

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