Cellulite is associated commonly, people with overweight or obesity problems, but it is not true. Despite being closely related to food, sports and body care, skin may appear orange in all types of bodies, even in thin people.

What is known as orange peel is the result of the accumulation of fat and fluid under the skin. Approximately 67% of women have cellulite after going through stages of strong hormonal changes (during puberty or pregnancy), and is a problem that is aggravated by factors such as constipation, stress, poor circulation or wearing clothing too tight.

Cellulite is a chronic condition that can improve, but be careful because it can quickly deteriorate again. Although it is very difficult to eliminate everyday processes and practices exist to address it.

To prevent the appearance of cellulite and even get to remove it, there are different treatments and cosmetics sales in pharmacies, both topical and dietary supplements. The latter are more useful for improving digestive balance, swelling or gases.

Other products are not directly intended to reduce cellulite, but its action is specifically devoted to prevent sagging. This may be one of the negative consequences of the elimination of cellulite: skin may need the help of a firming to stay smooth. The creams are applied directly to the treatment area, preferably accompanied by massage that allow the product to penetrate the skin better.

One of the novelties of this year to combat cellulite treatments are combined, such as creams to apply for morning and night, and additional formulas (like the peel along the drain) or against (a combination of cold and heat).

In addition to these treatments, there are some routine practices, that can be carried out in day to day, and can be very effective and that without them, anti-cellulite products do not perform their function. Perform any physical activities or sports such as swimming, cycling or running or walking are practices that tones the muscles and avoid a sedentary lifestyle. It can help reduce stress, which is responsible for fluid retention.

To avoid just such retention is necessary to follow a healthy and balanced diet. There are certain foods that could be considered prohibited. They are especially saturated fat found in fatty meats, butter or sausages, and simple sugars cake, chocolate or honey.

  • Endive
  • Eggplant
  • Celery
  • Carrot
  • Artichoke
  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Nuts
  • Mushrooms
  • Bananas
  • Strawberry
  • Kiwi
  • Pineapple
  • Grapefruit
  • Apple
  • Pear

Furthermore, it is also important to minimize or avoid salt, alcohol and caffeine. A good diet should be based on foods rich in iron and fiber (cereal, rice, pasta, oatmeal ...), fruits and vegetables, lean meats and fish. It is also necessary to drink about two liters of water a day to drain and eliminate toxins, which can be combined with infusions of green tea or sage.