Reduce fluid retention
This is the most important rule, as eliminating excess fluid from your fat cells will dramatically reduce the amount bulging from those stacked lipid boxes.
So you need to cut out salt, drink more water and eat more naturally diuretic foods, including cranberries, celery, fennel and asparagus.
While slim women do get cellulite, excess fat makes the condition far worse,
To maximise fat burning increase your intake of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which triggers fat release,
When US researchers gave one group of women a herbal anti-cellulite pill alone and another group the same pill plus 800mg CLA, the CLA group lost two-thirds more fat from their thighs and were five times more likely to say their cellulite had improved.
Plump your skin
Cellulite looks worse on dehydrated skin, This is because the more water there is in your skin cells, the plumper the skin will be over the fat boxes and the less the dimpling will show.
Healthy fats hydrate the skin because they encourage fluid to remain inside the skin cells rather than in the fat cells. So nuts, seeds, olives and oily fish are important elements of this plan.
Up your vitamin C intake for younger looking skin
if you want to have healthier, smoother and younger looking skin – try adding more vitamin C supplements to your routine or adding more vitamin C containing foods to your diet!
Stay sun safe
Slip on a shirt, Slop on the 30+ sunscreen, Slap on a hat
Cut back on the sweet stuff
Added sugars, such as table sugar, honey and syrups, shouldn’t make up more than 5% of the energy you get from food and drink each day. That’s about 30g a day for anyone aged 11 and older.
The skin is constantly generating new skin cells at the lower layer (the dermis) and sending them to the surface (the epidermis). As the cells rise to the surface they gradually die and become filled with keratin. These keratinized skin cells are essential because they give our skin its protective quality.
Add antioxidants to your skincare regime
Antioxidants are powerful substances that help to fight inflammation-containing substances in the body known as free radicals.
Free radicals are emitted when your body breaks down food or taken in when your body is exposed to harmful irritants, such as cigarette smoke, pollution or radiation. Antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin A or beta-carotene can be applied to the skin in order to reduce free radical damage.
Plant proteins, please
While animal flesh is a complete protein, it’s also “complete” with potentially harmful saturated fat and cholesterol, plus hormones, antibiotics, and oftentimes other unsavory party poopers like E. coli.
And unlike their plant-based counterparts, they lack phytonutrients, water, antioxidants, enzymes, and fiber.
Massaging daily will help boost the production of collagen, give skin a more plump appearance and help stimulate the lymph glands to promote clear skin,