Cellulite is completely normal, but a menace at the same time 🙁
Over the last few weeks, I’ve had many frustrated women mail me to say how troublesome the lumps and bumps in their hips, thighs and butt have been.
While in the winter months you can hide it, but as soon as summer rolls up it’s a nightmare that simply causes many women to cover up. And…
While it’s common to have to cellulite on the hips, thighs and butt many women also suffer with it on their arms and stomach too.
The good news is that there are a few foods that can slowly help reverse the appearance of cellulite.
The omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon reduce appetite and low-level inflammation and can repair and strengthen connective tissue and fibres.
2. Dark Berries
Blackberries and blueberries enhance collagen production, creating new skin tissue, which improves skin tone and texture. They also contain antioxidants, which break down fat attached to the connective tissue, which all allows skin to keep the fat beneath at bay and not push forward and appear lumpy.
3. Sunflower Seeds
help metabolize proteins that strengthen and repair connective tissue, as well as reduce excess water and bloating that can make cellulite more visible.
4. Apple Cider Vinegar
the potassium, magnesium and calcium found in ACV helps reduce toxins and relieve water retention around the thighs and stomach. This reduces the distance that the connective fibres have to stretch and therefore improves the appearance of cellulite.
5. Green Leafy Vegetables
Leafy veg like spinach, kale and brussel sprouts have a substance called DIM, which helps rebalance estrogen levels, so that you don’t store so much lard in your hips, thighs and butt. The more fat you have in these areas, the more your connective tissue has to stretch and the more the lumpy your skin will appear.
If cellulite is an issue for you, make sure these food sources are in your diet. Okay?
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