How to Reduce Cellulite Naturally
Cellulite, that bumpy unattractive kind of fat, seems to plague particularly women as we age. There are, however, natural things we can do to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Diet is very important. We should be consuming a diet full of nutrients and few toxins. That means lots of high quality fruits and vegetables. That is sometimes very difficult to do, with our busy lives. I created VitaFruits and VitaVeggies, which gives you an extra 7 servings of high ORAC fruits and vegetables in easy-to-swallow capsules.
It's important to avoid the foods, such as sugar, dairy and processed foods, as they will create toxins in your system. To eliminate these toxins, your body will produce more fat and water. This leads to more cellulite. Detoxification is critical to eliminate the fat and water, and the cellulite. VitaDetox is a gentle yet effective way to get rid of the toxins in all your internal organs, from the skin to the lungs, kidneys, liver and colon. I have patients who noticed a significant difference in the appearance of cellulite after only four weeks on VitaDetox.
Exercise can also help. The lymphatic system helps to cleanse the blood of toxins and bacteria. By moving your body, especially jumping on a trampoline, you can help move the lymph and get the toxins out of your system.
Circulation issues may also hamper the prevention of developing cellulite. Poor blood circulation slows down the body's ability to filter toxins and fluids that are normally cleared by the lymphatics. There are a number of helpful herbs that improve circulation and are all contained in VitaTree's Vein and Circulation Formula.
Finally, you can have lymphatic drainage massage. A professional massage therapist can get you started on this special massage and you can learn to continue the massage yourself at home.
It is up to you to make the healthy choices that will rid your body of toxins and create good health all around. You too, can live the Vita Life. And Vitatree products can help!
To Your Health & Wellness!
Dr. Janine Bowring