Simple Tips To Help Reduce Cellulite

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Did you know that more than 80% of us have cellulite? It’s caused by a collection of fat that pushes into the skin’s upper layer giving a dimpled look. Getting rid of cellulite can be tricky, but follow these 5  tips and you’ll see a reduction in celluulate.

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As long as you’re expending more calories than you’re taking in, you’ll begin burning into your fat deposits. Since cardio burns calories, it can reduce your overall body fat, which makes cellulite harder to notice. Anything you would normally do for exercise, such as walking, running, hiking or cycling, can help in the overall battle to burn calories and blast cellulite. Note that it may take several months to decrease your overall percentage of body fat and notice a difference in your skin’s appearance.




Once you decrease the fat on your body you want to increase lean muscle by lifting weights. Lifting, unlike cardio exercises, tones the muscles under your skin and causes it to look more taught. This can greatly reduce the appearance of cellulite.

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A healthy diet plays an important role in keeping the signs of cellulite at bay. Eat plenty of fiber and whole grain foods (such as bran and oat cereals), since they help to remove waste and toxins from the intestinal tract, as well as fruits and vegetables.



You need to drink enough pure, clean water and organic hydration from fresh fruits and vegetables to keep toxins flushing through you. Water is essential to life and it is also essential to reducing and preventing further cellulite.


Sleep is another aspect that gets neglected in the busy life-styles we lead. People tend to forget that sleep is the time that body uses to heal and repair itself. Just exercise and no sleep is no help at all. 7-8 hours of restful sleep works wonders for your body.


source Fit Sugar

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