Cellulite consists of visible fat deposits that poke through weakened connective fibres under the skin. Toxin build-up exacerbates it because they enlarge fat cells! Use these nourishing foods to fight the orange peel effect.
Broccoli contains sulphur compounds that support detoxification and is high in Vitamin C, which is the vital co-factor to produce collagen in the skin. Lightly steam to preserve the nutrients.
Chlorella supports the body in detoxifying and eliminating dioxins, heavy metals, pesticides, alcohol and other toxins. When we get overloaded with these toxins, our bodies store them away in fat cells, where they cause enlargement, inflammation and fluid retention that make cellulite more visible.
- Take 1 serving before bed each night.
Cucumber is powerfully hydrating – when cells are dehydrated they cling to water and cause bloating, worsening cellulite. Cucumber skin contains silica, which is amazing for skin tone.
- Add to smoothies or a salad.
Chia contains Omega-3 fatty acids that are important in helping to balance hormones (dysregulated hormones can cause fat deposits) and the maintenance of healthy skin cells. They are also hydrophilic – perfect for optimal hydration.
- Try 1tbsp in your porridge or smoothie each morning.
Coconut oil contains medium chain fatty acids that provide energy and do not get stored in fat cells. Use for cooking or add to a smoothie. You can also use it to massage your thighs and butt smoothing those troublesome areas!
Spirulina is a nourishing source of complete protein that’s important for building collagen. It also contains beta carotene for healthy skin. It has been shown in studies to support blood sugar balance, and so can play a role in fat loss.
- Take 1-2 servings daily between meals.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar is a tonic for digestion, and stimulates the lymphatic system, helping your body metabolise fats better and clearing out toxins.
- Add 1tbsp to a small glass of water before large meals.
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