Cellulite is normal fat under the skin that presses against connective tissue which causes the skin to pucker and look bumpy. Both thin people and overweight people can develop cellulite. Women get it more frequently than men. If there are other women in your family who have cellulite, it increases your chances of developing cellulite. In fact, Stephanie reports that 9 out of 10 women have some sort of cellulite!
Here are just a few things that can contribute to cellulite:
- Slow Metabolism
- Poor Diet
- Sedentary Lifestyle
In this article, Stephanie shares 9 different natural remedies for cellulite. You’ll find:
- Helpful things you can drink
- What kind of diet is best to fight cellulite
- How coffee can help (Not what you’d expect)
- Lifestyle changes
- Icelandic Anti-Cellulite Body Treatment
- How Tomato Paste and lycopene can help prevent cellulite
- And More!
One remedy I didn’t see n the article is consuming more gelatin. There’s a school of thought that suggests that the decline of gelatin in our diets has led to an increase in cellulite. Gelatin contains amino acids that are needed for healthy skin and weight control. It’s an excellent source of dietary collagen. So you can add this to the list of remedies and see if it helps you with your cellulite.
One note: If you decide to try the tomato paste remedy with its high concentration of Lycopene, check out our article about AutumnBerry Jam and Why You Should Make it. AutumnBerries have an extremely high concentration of Lycopine.
Check out this helpful article at the 9 DIY Cellulite Remedies You Can Do at Home link below.