Eat away your Cellulite

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For the better understanding we just want to explain how food can help you to handle cellulite problems.

The best foods to tackle this issue are fruits and veggies that make your body alkaline. So, when your body’s PH level becomes more alkaline, your body tends to allow toxins (e.g. from polluted environment, wrong eating habits, pharmaceuticals etc.) to be expelled, and your fat cells may shrink which makes cellulite less visible.

Increasing your vitamin C is really important, as this vitamin – the most clinical researched ingredient in products by the way – is known to help building up the collagen structure. When the collagen in your skin is nice and strong it doesn’t wrinkle that much. Additionally, a diet high in essential fatty acids and antioxidant minerals will help regulate your body’s fat metabolism.

Let’s introduce a few “cellulite warriors” from our new Fit&Slim Menu.

Broccoli is an absolute vitamin C leader. Only 1 cup raw broccoli contains 115mg of vitamin C and also a small portion 1 ½ cup of cooked broccoli still contains 135mg of vitamin C.

Furthermore many studies have proven that Broccoli ingredients like glucosinolate and beta- carotene have the possibility to disable free radicals, which is a great support for our body cells as well as the immune system.

The Acai berry is our next superstar. Acai berries are loaded with omega 3-fatty acids and antioxidants. So they are able to slow down the aging processes and prevent diseases. It is also one of the perfect foods that help burn fat.

And last but not least our beloved Avocados. Only a fifth of a medium avocado contributes nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. They are also very high in omega 3 fatty acids – the good kind of fat – and carotenoids. This combination is perfect because the intake of the fat along with carotenoids greatly helps to improve their absorption into your cells.

Eating the right food makes the magic start and your skin will get nourished from inside out.

Beside those few foods there are many more “anti-cellulite foods” like Clilantro and Parsley that you can always put freshly chopped onto your meals. Also the pseudo cereals buckwheat and quinoa are slow- burning, easily digestible forms of fuel that contain important nutrients such as B vitamins, protein and fiber. They are especially high in amino acid lysine, which can be helpful in repairing collagen.

In general avoid food that contains a lot of heavy metal, like fish, and any food that is highly processed.

My Mind is full of cellulite….

Nooo, please not!! Apart from the right diet it is also important that you don’t stress your self too much with this issue. Because a negative mindset can have a major impact on the success of your diet. So always think: progress not perfection. Nobody is perfect because we are all special with our various bodies.

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