With so many products alleged to help remove this particularly unsightly type of fat, there are few more secrets which will help you to have a flawless skin.
1.Stay well hydrated to prevent cellulite
From a preventative standpoint, dehydrated skin is more susceptible to the other imbalances that lead to cellulite. Drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of pure (chlorine- and fluoride-free) water daily.
2.Protect Your skin’s infrastructure by emphasizing foods that are anti-inflammatory and adequate in protein
Prolonged inflammation causes free-radical damage and deterioration of cell infrastructure. The foundations of an anti-inflammatory diet is avoiding foods to which you are allergic, minimizing glutinous grains like wheat, barley and rye and building your diet around vegetables with moderate amounts of fruits and starches from low-glycemic sources such as root vegetables, beans, legumes. Adequate amounts of lean proteins, such as fish and chicken, egg white or beans and legumes, raw nuts and seeds. Proteins are important for cellular repair, providing adequate levels of amino acids to stimulate production of collagen and elastin. Avoiding damaged, hydrogenated fats forms the remainder of the foundation.
3.Strengthen the blood vessels
Foods like citrus peels and whole grains are rich in bioflavonoids which strengthen blood vessels while citrus fruits, tomatoes and raw green bell peppers supply vitamin C. Rutin is an excellent supplement for strengthening the blood vessels.
4.Increase blood flow
Eat your green veggies and foods like beets to increase production of nitric oxide. Green vegetables, as well as spinach and beet roots help increase production of nitric oxide, a substance produced by your blood vessels that tells the arteries to relax, normalizing blood pressure, reducing inflammation and improving blood flow, immune function and nutrient absorption. Supplement glucosamine and phosphatidylcholine to help rebuild the dermis of the skin and the cell membranes. Get your trace minerals and B-vitamins to encourage production of connective tissue.
5. Get Your Omegas
Avoid damaged fats while consuming an anti-inflammatory diet. Consume Omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA from fish oil, and small amount of flaxseed oil (1/2 to 1 teaspoon) daily. These essential fatty acids are necessary nutritional elements to repair cell membranes. Normal cell membranes help prevent fluid from seeping between the cells and connective tissue. This “wasted water” that has seeped between the cells produces gaps that buoyant fat cells can squeeze through toward the surface.
6.Don’t forget those lifestyle changes!
In addition to making dietary changes, you can prevent free radical damage from cigarette smoke, sun exposure and pollution by avoiding it, participating in an enjoyable form of stress management, making adequate, quality sleep a priority and exercising moderately. Topical products can be of assistance in reducing the appearance of cellulite, but the most effective approaches combine diet and supplements, exercise, exfoliation, lifestyle changes as well as topical care. Hydrating ingredients include sodium PCA, hyaluronic acid (sodium hyalurate), phospholipids, safflower oil, borage oil, evening primrose oil, glycerine, goji berry extract and an occlusive agent to prevent water loss (Vitamin E is a natural occlusive agent.) Topical anti-oxidants may improve circulation and include Vitamin C, vitamin E, pomegranate extract, goji berry extract and topical Topical Anti-inflammatory Agents include Arnica, aloe vera, allantoin, chamomile, zinc, goji berry juice and licorice extract may improve the appearance of the tissues.
Exfoliation, such as dry brushing the skin in circles before a bath stimulates stronger, new cells. Avoid long or hot showers or baths to avoid dehydrating the skin.
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