Why do you have cellulite?

Why do you have cellulite?

According to the latest statistics, cellulite scourge affects about 80% of the female population over 18 years. In the cold season this defect can be camouflaged lighter with the help of pants or thicker stockings, but if we want to expose to the beach a toned body and without cellulite, it is advisable to take measures early.

It's not easy to completely remove this major aesthetic disadvantage that is cellulite, but the good news is that it is possible! You just need to arm yourself with patience, ambition, and obey a few hints.

What is cellulite has been talked about and we will not insist here on terms and specialized details that most often do not help you much to get a step closer to the body long dreamed.

However, there are a few things you need to know early on to be able to approach the best strategy.

Stage 1 cellulite disappears 100%.

Stage 2 requires a combination of treatment methods.

The 3-4 stage of cellulite requires longer treatments and most of the times, only an involution of the appearance is obtained, that is, a regression of the cellulite degree, but in no case its total disappearance.

Possible causes of cellulite:

Although it is not possible to determine precisely a cause of the evolution of this disease, because cellulite is really considered a disease, we will list below some of the possible causes of its appearance and evolution:

1. Estrogen

Estrogen in large quantity in the body is mainly responsible for the increase in volume of fat cells in the lower part of the body, because it sends a signal to the body to prepare for the period of maternity and breastfeeding.

Obviously, birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy only aggravate the problem, so a first step if you use such treatments would be to seek medical advice about an alternative solution to them.

2. Lack of movement

Lack of movement and sedentary life contributes to the formation of cellulite and its aggravation after it has been installed.

Physical exercise primarily helps to tone the muscles, improve circulation and lymphatic drainage.

The most recommended forms of movement are: walking, jogging, biking, dancing or even just climbing the stairs is effective.

3. Food

Poor eating habits, consumption of tobacco, alcohol, spicy foods, all contribute to cellulite formation, because the toxins they produce accumulate in the fatty tissue and remain trapped there.

Nutritionists also recommend excluding refined cereals and sugar from the diet and limiting carbohydrate consumption.

On the other hand we recommend many fruits and vegetables, whole grains and the consumption of large quantities of water, this last aspect being especially important.

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