Fighting cellulite is common with any adult. Sometimes even children have serious cellulite conditions. Manufacturers of myriad products tout theirs as the only possible cures or, at the very least, the best. Here, we want to objectively look at three therapies that have been fronted as importance in the fight to reduce cellulite.
As usual, we have to give credit to this therapy because it comes natural and can even be close to effort-free. It is simply one of the best. Working with selected herbs, a user can either rub the herbs on the affected areas of take the same herbs in tea. The one advantage that sets up herbal therapies as superior to other remedies is the fact that they are all-rounders. They better your skin as well as stabilise your blood sugar levels. What's more, herbs are wonderful boosters of the immune system.
Since herbs reduce cellulite by breaking it down, they are not just superficial or cosmetic. They have strong antioxidant effects in the body and can also boos energy levels.
Most times, caffeine is viewed as evil when taken as a drink. But when it is applied on the straight on to the skin it works marvellously. It is usually used like this in creams manufactured to reduce cellulite. In fact, in combination with L-Carnitine, another cellulite treatment ingredient, the effect is simply awesome. While caffeine works on the skin, L-Carnitine helps promote higher metabolic rates in people. The latter also manages to 'dissuade' cells from storing up excess fats.
This form of therapy is available in many beauty centres and spas; it involves losing water through heavy sweating. It is touted to reduce cellulite in the areas of your body where it mostly settles. Such areas include the thighs, waist and hips. It is not a lasting solution since all the water you lose can easily be ingested right back and restocked. We can simply say that it is for those who are dying to look nicer than cellulite allows them but only for a few moments.
At the very end, the debate should swing back to answering one simple question: Which one works? As you have seen, the body wrap works but at lowering fluid levels in the body, not to reduce cellulite as it is claimed to do. When you come to the caffeine therapy and several other ingredients with which it is used, we must also remember that use of creams has temporary results too. That is to say that while its effects last longer that the body wrapping and that it technically succeeds in its quest to reduce cellulite trouble, the effects don't last much longer after you discontinue its use.
That leaves us with a single truly lasting solution: the herbal therapy. There is nothing about a manufacturer's tout here. Herbs work, they are not necessarily processed but available in their most natural form.
Cellulite has a new enemy and it’s not painful exercise, starvation or a crazy diet pill.This new enemy may not be what you think. In fact, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
You may already know that fat and cellulite are kissing cousins.
What you may not know because of all the hype tossed out by ruthless diet pill companies, weight machine manufacturers and snake oil diet book sales folk is that fat and cellulite may actually become worse following many of these plans.
Because most of these so called ‘plans’ will throw your metabolism into what’s called ‘starvation mode’. When your body is in starvation mode, everything that passes your lips gets turned straight to fat and cellulite.
For example, Have you ever seen a skinny woman with cellulite on her legs?
How does that happen?
They’re ‘skinny’ so why does the cellulite still form?
More than likely…they look in the mirror, think that they only need to lose a couple pounds and decide to ‘starve’ themselves or follow some other diet of the day until they hit their ‘ideal’ weight.
What happens though, is exactly the opposite of what they intended.
There metabolism says…
So then, Mr. Metabolism says…
And…’skinny girl’ ends up with cellulite on her legs, fat on her tummy and hips.
So the best way to combat fat and cellulite is to make sure that Mr. Metabolism doesn’t think we are starving.
How do we do that?
We call in cellulite’s worst enemy.
Have you figured it out yet?
Cellulite’s worst enemy is a full belly.
You can exercise until you feel like your legs are going to fall off, but if Mr. Metabolism throws down the ‘your starving’ flag, you are going to wake up the next morning with just a little more cellulite on your thighs because your metabolism is only trying to protect you.
Does that make sense?
Now you can’t just eat until you’re ready to burst either. That’s one of the 3 rules.
So what’s a girl to do?