Why You Can’t Eliminate Cellulite
Are you having troubles getting rid of that pesky, unsightly cellulite? Your diet may be getting in the way of smooth, dimple-free skin.
If you’ve been trying to eliminate that unsightly cellulite with no success, there may be more at play than you previously thought. Certain foods may be impeding your goals. Let’s take a look at what might be preventing you from eliminating that pesky cellulite.
You’ve probably already tried nearly every remedy to eliminate cellulite without any luck. No matter how much money you spend or how many products you try, that cellulite just doesn’t seem to go away.
In this article we’ll discuss some of the possible reasons why that cellulite hasn’t gone anywhere so you can better examine your own situation and make your problem go away once and for all.
Personalize your fight against cellulite
Not all cellulite is equal, so it can’t all be eliminated in the same way. While one method may be amazing for one woman, it may not work at all for another.
That’s why you need to find out the different factors that influence your cellulite. That’s the best way to obtain results without making any unnecessary sacrifices.
While we can all say that a healthy lifestyle helps to eliminate cellulite, knowing the exact cause can help us to eliminate it even more quickly.
Consuming too much salt
An excessive consumption of salt is the culprit of many problems when it comes to health as well as to aesthetics.
Salt, if used often, increases the retention of liquids and makes cellulite worse, which also makes it much more difficult to eliminate.
Even if you don’t consume a lot of salty food, there’s a huge amount of salt hidden in prepared foods. These include pizza, cheese, canned foods, pickled foods, dried fruit, etc.
Reduce your intake of these products as much as possible and only consume small amounts of sea salt.
Having a poor diet
One of the most important causes of cellulite is diet. Besides an excess of salt, which is one of the most decisive factors, you should know the other factors that negatively influence cellulite.
- Refined grains: Always choose whole grains rich in fiber and other nutrients.
- White sugar: Eliminate white sugar in your diet and instead consume honey, brown cane sugar and stevia in moderation.
- Hydrogenated fats such as margarine and fried foods: substitute them for healthy fats such as olive oil, coconut oil, dried fruits and seeds, avocado, etc.
- Coffee: Green tea is a healthy alternative and also has anti-cellulite properties.
- Alcoholic drinks: If you want a stimulate or energizer, prepare your own juice or smoothies with fruit and vegetables at home.
Lack of exercise
Maybe you already eat well and are even using creams for your cellulite. But no matter how hard you try, that pesky cellulite just doesn’t seem to go away. A lack of exercise may be the enemy.
Avoid being sedentary for more than 45 minutes and exercise moderately or intensely two or three times a week.
You can also avoid using elevators or escalators so that your daily routine is naturally more active.
If you have a genetic predisposition towards poor circulation, eliminating cellulite will be more difficult for you than for other women. Not withstanding, the good news is that you can carry out different techniques to activate it:
- Cold showers or alternating temperatures between cold to hot various times
- Massages with oils that improve circulation, such as rosemary
- Dry brushing
- Elevating legs for a half an hour every day
Hormones do influence the appearance of cellulite, and this causes some women to have a more difficult time getting rid of it. This is true even in the case of very thin women.
If this is your case, we recommend that you consider a natural treatment to regulate hormones. Some of the better known substances are the following:
- Evening primrose oil
- Flax seed oil
- Brewer’s yeast
Not drinking enough water
We never give enough importance to drinking plenty of water throughout the day. However, this may be one of the simplest ways to get rid of cellulitis.
Drinking water while fasting and when not eating meals purifies the body of toxins. This improves circulation and combats water retention continually and easily.
Drink two glasses of water a day with no food and three glasses of water throughout the morning to purify the body of toxins. Then drink another three throughout the afternoon and you’ll definitely notice a difference.