Cellulite is an unsightly problem that plagues many people across the world. North American women are perhaps the most aware of these complex fat deposits on our bodies more so than any other due to our fascination with our appearance. We try anything and everything on the market to be rid of our lovely little pockets of interlocked fat cells. With so many options available, what really works to get rid of cellulite?
By eating healthy, low-fat foods you’ll reduce the amount of fats being taken into your body, especially “bad” fats like trans fats. Keep in mind, not all fats are bad for you, so talk to your physician about a healthy eating plan. Practicing healthy eating also has other wonderful side effects, such as increased energy. Although you won’t see those existing lumps of cellulite disappear from your thighs, you’ll stop seeing new ones develop and the ones you do have will slowly begin to diminish in size.
Aerobic exercise, which increases the heart rate and blood flow, burns lots of calories. After thirty minutes of aerobic exercise, your body stops burning calories and begins to burn excess fat cells. By combining aerobic exercise and strength training with your new wholesome eating habits, you’ll see more results and faster. This is easily the most effective, although lengthiest, method of reducing fat since it simply requires a person to live an active, healthy lifestyle.
Creams and lotions that claim to reduce and/or remove cellulite are abundant in today’s cosmetic market. While it hasn’t been proven, many women will state with confidence that a particular product has worked for them. These creams contain ingredients that boost fat metabolism, but not all creams use the same metabolism-booster. One kind of stimulant may work for Jane, but Joan may need the cream that uses a different kind of stimulant and costs quite a bit more.
If you’re really determined to see fast results, you might consider a surgical procedure such as liposuction. Liposuction is a surgical procedure where a tiny suction tool is inserted beneath the skin and the excess fat is simply sucked out.
Lipodissolve is a new, non-surgical method of helping a patient lose fat mass by use of small injections that can contain a variety of ingredients designed to break fat cells down, also known as mesotherapy. Those who practice the procedure claim it permanently removes fat from the body.
Whatever method you choose, be sure to consult with your physician first. Ensure that the plan you’ve created is a healthy one. Make sure any creams you try do not contain ingredients you are allergic or sensitive to. Most importantly, take a sensible approach to removing cellulite. It will take time to see your cellulite disappear, but it will most certainly be worth it in the end.