Based On Your Answers We've Determined That Your Cellulite Type Is Consistent With "Type-CG3"

Although cellulite isn’t physically harmful, it can certainly lead to a lack of confidence and poor self-esteem. Fortunately, your quiz results were consistent with a Type-CG2 and it’s very much possible to reverse those pesky lumps and bumps. Now…

CG2-Types, although not classed as women with severe cellulite, usually have troublesome patches of cellulite in their lower body, most prominently in the butt and thighs. Women with this type of cellulite often tolerate the orange peel skin appearance by covering up their legs. However, CG2-Types must not ignore those patches of cellulite and instead they need to be careful not to allow the lumps and bumps to develop into more severe patches as they age. The recommendations outlined below will not only help halt cellulite development, but also start to reverse the orange peel appearance. Sound good?

Okay, first up, let me outline the characteristics of a Type-CG2.

Type-CG2 Characteristics

Appearance: Moderate dimpling of skin, affected skin may be focussed in one or more areas, rest of skin appears normal, mid-stage of cellulite development.

Collagen: Collagen is starting to lose elasticity more noticeably as patches of dimpling increase in size and persistence.

Fat Mass: above average amounts of body fat with a high degree found in the hip, butt and upper thigh regions.

Muscle Tone: Moderate amount of muscle tone found in the hips, butt and thighs.

Type-CG2 Recommendations

Leading a healthy and active lifestyle will help tremendously, but to reduce the appearance of cellulite and prevent further dimpling in the future, Type-CG2 women must target orange peel skin from 3 specific angles.

By following these recommendations you’ll visibly see a difference in your hips, butt and thighs in just a few short weeks.

1) Reduce Body Fat

If you’re carrying a few extra pounds of excess fat, then losing this excess fat will certainly help smooth out those lumps and bumps. As I’ve already mentioned, extra fat, especially in the hips, butt and thighs makes cellulite look worse.  A simple fix for this is to lose those extra pounds, which likely means making a few changes to your diet.

There are a variety of ways to lose fat ranging from paleo, keto, intermittent fasting, veganism and so on. But the basics never change: reduce your calorie intake, increase your calorie expenditure, cut out processed foods, trans fats, sugar and reduce your alcohol intake. Dial in these basics and they will go a long way to reducing your cellulite and improving your overall health at the same time.

2) Exercise

Chances are that you have in the past or are currently taking part in some form of exercise. Depending on what this form of exercise is you may need to change things slightly. For CG2-types, I recommend a combination of cardiovascular exercise and lower body strengthening exercises to increase fat burning and muscle tone in and around the dimpled areas.

Cardiovascular exercise can come in a variety of forms, but I recommend short burst exercises that use your own bodyweight to boost metabolism and fat burning.

For strength training, it’s possible to use dumbbells and barbells, but for CG2-types, it’s often much more practical to you use your own bodyweight and/or resistance bands to help stimulate the muscle fibers underneath the patches of cellulite. A resistance training program that works your body through different planes of motion, while at the same time varying the tempo of such movements will target neglected muscle fibers and therefore yield the best results. Plus…

Unlike traditional gym routines that you may have tried in the past, its highly beneficial to combine cardiovascular exercise and lower body resistance-based exercise into one simple routine to accelerate fat burning in the lower body.

3) Collagen

Women produce less collagen as they age, but it’s especially noticeable in women over 40. CG2-types are not necessarily collagen depleted, but collagen production is most likely on the decline. When this happens your body is unable to repair its existing collagen fibers and struggles to regenerate new ones. This of course is a big problem and means that CG2-types must pay special attention to their diet and exercise plan to keep cellulite at bay. However…

Just because the internal production of collagen is declining, it doesn’t mean you can’t give it a boost from external sources. For example, there are many foods that can give your collagen production a boost. These foods include wild salmon, oysters, garlic, certain coloured vegetables (red, orange and dark green), berries, avocado, eggs and bone broth.

Unfortunately, the collagen boost received from such foods might not be powerful enough to make a difference to your skin, especially in CG2-type women. There’s good news though…

There is now strong scientific evidence to suggest that supplementing with hydrolyzed collagen protein can help restore the elasticity of the connective tissue and significantly reduce the appearance of cellulite.  The catch? Those taking part in this particular study only experienced positive results after a 3-6-month period of supplementing with collagen protein on a daily basis. This means you’ve got to be committed to playing the collagen long game. I get it, you want results now, but hear me out…

Exercise and diet will dramatically reverse the orange peel skin in CG2-types over a short period of time, but if you can strengthen existing collagen fibers and regenerate new ones at the same time, you’ll prevent further dimpling on the hips, butt and thighs and help smooth out any stubborn patches of cellulite. This could be a game changer, it just means that you need plenty of patience and consistency!

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