Cellulite Cure

What is cellulite? Part 2

Cellulite and toxin build-up

Our bodies eliminate waste efficiently, but if a problem occurs with proper elimination, cellulite can be the result. This inefficiency of the system to cope with the “poisoning” of our bodies is normally caused by excessive indulgence and an incorrect life style.

The following should be kept under control:

  • alcohol
  • coffee and tea
  • spices
  • cigarette smoking
  • crash diets
  • fat and cream
  • fried and oily food
  • over-the-counter medication such as:
    • diet liquids and pills
    • stimulant (pep) pills
    • sleeping medication and
    • diuretic (water) pills

Contributing factors

The following are contributing factors in causing cellulite:

  • Insufficient water intake
  • Little or no exercise
  • Constipation and digestion problems
  • Tension and stress
  • Pollution
  • Incorrect breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Poor eating habits
  • Hormonal cycles

Who gets cellulite?

Cellulite appears normally from around the age of 14, but can happen at any age, and although cellulite is not hereditary, you might be more prone to cellulite because of acquired bad habits from your parents.

Cellulite sometimes appears after pregnancy, (or when taking birth control pills), when the system is flooded with estrogen, or after a traumatic experience, since it interferes with blood circulation, or it can be simple toxin buildup, as listed above.

Although largely a feminine problem, men can also have cellulite, and normally get it on their stomach and neck areas.

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