Cellulite is like other diseases: it’s better to prevent than treat. It was hard to remove it once it had developed. It is better to prevent cellulite, if any, from getting worse.
Keep your eyes open and keep moving!
This is an easy way to combat cellulite. Do not slow down, but take every opportunity to move as fast as possible. This will tone your legs and prevent cellulite.
Actively activate the circulation in trouble areas!
Cellulite is found in areas with poor circulation. Cellulite is most common in the buttocks or thighs. Swimming and running are two of the most important sports to activate circulation and prevent cellulite. Make a habit out of swimming and running at least 2-3 times per week.
Every hour, get up from your seat!
Because prolonged sitting in a chair can cause cellulite and circulatory problems, it is important to get up from your desk. It is essential that you move around after an hour of sitting in an office job.
Get plenty of water
Cellulite is caused by the retention of water and other toxins. To promote the elimination of toxins, it is vital that we consume more than 2 liters per day of unsweetened teas and water.
Cellulite is caused by excessive salt intake. The effects of salt consumption on water retention are predictable. Salt is a major component of all ready-to-eat foods and semi-prepared food. Salty foods can cause us to eat more than the recommended daily intake. The body becomes dehydrated and cannot eliminate excess sodium. This causes tissues to become clogged and orange peel appearance.
Don’t wear tight clothes!
Wear loose, elastic pants made from soft materials. While tight pants that hold your legs and buttocks in a corset-like fashion may look great, they are not good for you. They restrict circulation and encourage cellulite.
Increase your Omega-3 intake
Include foods high in Omega-3 in your diet. Cellulite can be reduced by eating Omega-3 fatty acid-rich fish.
Reduce your coffee intake
While caffeine can be an effective ingredient in anticellulite creams and other products, too much caffeine can cause skin to look duller. We won’t even talk about coffees with milk foam, cream, sugar, or other syrups that have a higher caloric intake.
Strengthen your muscles
Tonering problem areas in the muscles can help to reduce cellulite. Cellulite will be less noticeable and the skin will appear firmer. Two times per week, do muscle strengthening exercises: squats and lifting weights, lunges, extensions, going down and up, going up, and down.