Cellulite is a problem for more than 60 percent of women; it occurs as a result of an improper lifestyle, stress, and poor nutrition. Simple sugars, bad fats and sodium are the breeding ground for cellulite.
Is it possible to completely eliminate cellulite? Rather, we are talking about regeneration, minimization of development and visible consequences, i.e. reduction of lumps, irregularities or bulges, thanks to a properly selected diet, exercise and cosmetic procedures.
Cellulite is certainly breeding ground for simple sugars, bad fats and sodium, which are best avoided in your daily diet.
Sodium causes extracellular water to accumulate, thus causing edema. An excess amount of carbohydrates leads to an increase in the biosynthesis of fatty acids and triglycerides, an increase in the volume of fat cells, but it has a beneficial effect on the concentration of insulin, nutritionists explain.
Therefore, it is worth replacing white bread with brown coarse bread, coarse cereals, oatmeal.
Consider legumes, vegetables, moderate amounts of fruits, lean meats, low-fat dairy products, healthy fats (flaxseed, olive), nuts and seeds, and fish to enrich your diet. Increasing dietary fiber is beneficial (gradually increase the amount of vegetables and whole grains). Remember that fiber only works when it has access to water, so you should drink at least 8 glasses of water a day to help regulate your gastrointestinal tract, experts recommend.