We all hate it - so how do we get rid of it?!Firstly we need to understand what it is. Cellulite isn't just caused by excess fat... cellulite is also caused trapped toxins, poor circulation and a lack of strong healthy blood to carry toxins out of the bloodstream (to then be excreted by the body).Have you ever seen slim girls with cellulite and wondered how on earth THEY have cellulite when they don't have an inch of fat on them?! It's often an indication of an unhealthy lifestyle and/or diet.
In a nutshell, cellulite can be reduced and often cleared by:
1. Reducing weight
2. Changing foods you consume
3. Strengthening blood and circulation
You have to be willing to work with your body to kick cellulite out. You can't expect it to vanish by itself whilst still drinking diet coke! We've created a list of foods to avoid, that will all contribute to cellulite production.
Foods to avoid
* raw fruit (strewed is ok)
* cold water
* energy drinks
* fruit drinks
* high chemical foods such as "sugar free, fat free" etc etc
* chocolates & lollies
* carbonated drinks
* peppermint tea
* fried foods
* ice-creams & flavoured milk
* pain killers such as Panadol and Neurofen
Foods to increase
* green leafy vegetables (cooked)
* cooked beetroot (for blood)
* hot water and lemon once a day (squeeze whole lemon in hot water)
* green tea extract
* red meat
* juniper and rosemary oils for massage
* Vitamin A
Exercise = your BEST friend!
This is integral aspect of increasing blood flow to eliminate toxins. You don't need to slog it out at the gym though. Try a brisk 3-4km walk each day accompanied with some weight baring exercises (also vital)... such as push ups, sit ups, lunges and squats. You don't need to go and spend money on a gym membership to kick cellulite to the curb.
Our Anti-C tea is a fantastic tea for treating cellulite. Accompany the the above principles with our tea and cellulite will be a thing of the past.
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