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How to get rid of cellulite fast and naturally is a question on many women minds and even some men. First, and foremost, it is important to know exactly what is cellulite?
When we say "cellulite", we mean the deposition of fat and water in the area between the skin and the bottom layer. This, in turn, is accompanied by reduced elasticity of the connective tissue and presents what we all know as "orange peel".
The term cellulitis refers to the deposition of "stuffed" adipocytes in different parts of our body and is created by poor local blood flow. It does not discriminate as it occurs in the female body, either in weak women or in obese individuals.
Its most common places of occurrence are:
Women appear more often in several parts of their body, mainly in the buttocks, thighs, knees and chest.
In men, it occurs in older age and in fewer parts of the body (abdomen, cervix).
The causes?? Many and various ...
From sedentary life and poor nutrition, to hormonal disorders, constipation and of course heredity.
How many types of cellulite exist though;
Cellulite is distinguished in three types: the compact, the swelling and the more relaxed. Its compact shape is tough on the face and can hurt when we palpate it. Swelling occurs in the edema if we exert venous and lymphatic pressure. In its loose form, which is the first stage in the appearance of cellulite, it is visible only by palpation.
Cellulite and relaxation are true that they are not easily treated.
But let's see what our dietitian - nutritionist Apostolis Theocharous says ( www.facebook.com/TheoharousApostolis/?ref=br_rs)
'' The woman to treat cellulite should:
* Restrict or even better stop smoking and alcohol consumption in moderation,
* Be more active in her daily routine and try to do organized exercise (gym, sports, hiking)
* Do a good hormonal control by its appropriate endocrinologist.
Diet is a key factor in treating cellulite. Because, as we have said above, cellulite is a form of fat to remove, we must first stop the transformation of food and its components (mainly sugars) into fat, as well as the intake of fat.
Hormonal factors in women, during periods such as puberty, pregnancy, postmenopause and menopause - are very important in the appearance or deterioration of cellulite. Even contraceptives may sometimes aggravate cellulite.
There is also a genetic (family) predisposition for cellulite, but also in the family cellulite can reflect poor eating habits or lack of exercise.
1) Reduced fat intake, especially animal or saturated fat. It is the fat found in oily meats, fried, mayonnaise and
cream, cold cuts, animal butter, eggs, full fat dairy and cheese products.
2) Water: there should be good water consumption alongside the meals of the day so that metabolism and various body systems (eg gastrointestinal) can work better. Water is a necessary substance that plays a key role in the human metabolism of all essential nutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, fats).
3) Reduced intake of simple sugars (carbohydrates): simple sugars (eg sugar) need to be reduced and take the energy that carbohydrates give us from their complex sources such as fiber and starchy foods. So the energy will flow to the body more slowly, it will "hold" us for more and will contribute to the better functioning of the bowel. Do not forget that constipation greatly contributes to the appearance or worsening of cellulite.
So there should be plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains and legumes. Sugar is a form of carbohydrate found everywhere and is directly related to the development of cellulite. It is not just sweet and as many foods as it is known to contain many tastes of sugar (biscuits, candies, pastes, honey, jams).
Unfortunately, sugars are hidden in many bread foods, canned foods, sauces, wines, yoghurts, and even foods that theoretically contain no sugar, but have fructose which is also broken down into glucose. So beware ...
4) Reduced salt: Salt as we know causes fluid retention. This should limit the salty foods as well as the excessive addition of salt to the food. Foods such as pasta, cans, potatoes, salty cheese should be avoided, and salt addition should be controlled during cooking. Finally, special attention is needed in the consumption of ready-to-eat food "fast food", since in these foods the salt content is high. "
Following the advice of our nutritionist, combined with the daily & systematic use of appropriate natural cosmetics, the results can be immediate and spectacular!
Below, we give you 4 + 1 tips to deal with Biobella's natural cosmetics.
1) Use lather soap with deep scalp all over your body. In this way, the skin pores will open and absorption of the anti-cellulite cream or oil will become faster and more effective. Exfoliation is necessary with fast, circular movements to cause hyperemia in the area, which is necessary for a more effective treatment of cellulite.
2) Then sprinkle the anti-cellulite oil on your palm and, after warming it a little with your hands, lay it on your feet with upward circular movements. Massage the affected area, about 2 minutes on each leg, (or until the oil is absorbed).
3) To achieve deeper massage, apply your anti-cellulite cream to your feet, with upward circular movements always. Thus, the massage will take longer and the result we will achieve will be better.
4) Then, apply a small amount of aloe gel to your feet. The aloe gel has moisturizing and firming properties and functions as a powder, as it helps to absorb the creams immediately and dry.
5) Finally, the above treatment, it is good to be combined with exercise and a careful diet (without exaggeration).
Treatment should be done 3-4 times a week to get the desired result.
And remember that cellulite was not formed in one day. Love your body and arm yourself with patience and persistence. Start your effort and your skin will reward you!