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Foods That Fight Cellulite

Foods that Fight Cellulite

No one likes cellulite, but figures suggest that between 85 and 90 per cent of woman suffer from orange peel skin.

Experts suggest that you can eat your way to a smoother butt, legs and thighs!

Dr Howard Murad, author of The Cellulite Solution says a good diet is vital for reducing dimples and improving the skins apperance. It's as simple as this: Eat more of the foods that are good for the skin, reduce inflammation and increase circulation, while cutting back on the foods that don't do you any favours. Easy...plus you'll be instantly healthier.

What to stay away from...

Cut back on foods that are high in salt, sugar, and bad fats- which increase tissue inflammation. Experts believe that the following list can make cellulite look worse:

Foods to stock up on....

Tuna, salmon, olive and canola oil, sunflower and flax seeds, raw nuts (especially walnuts, almonds, cashews, pistachios). Why? Foods rich in fatty acids help repair skin tissue.

Citrus fruits (such as oranges and grapefruit), chicken, eggs, and skim milk. Why? Amino acids increase the bodys collagen levels, which protect soft tissue.

Blueberries, strawberries, carrots. Why? it is believed the anti-oxidents in brightly coloured fruits and veges help prevent tissue damage.

Spinach, soy, cauliflower, eggs, peanuts, potatoes, iceberg lettuc, and tomatoes. Why? They're packed with lecithin, which strengthens the skin.

Peas, broccoli, and lima beans. Why? They are believed to help fight inflammation in the bodies connective tissues.

Want to see results?

Stick to this eating plan for 8 weeks and you'll definately see a difference. Need more incentive? Dr Howard Murad says that the final result will last longer than any expensive cellulite treatments on the market today.

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