Although it is arising in the closed area that is usually covered by clothes but cellulite still generate a sense of self-conscious. Especially if you’re planning a vacation to the beach and want to wear a sexy bikini.
To prevent those ‘orange peel’, there are three things you can do.
- Drink plenty of water
“Every time the skin well hydrated, the skin will look fresh and healthy,” said Lona Sandon, RD, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, as quoted from the Self.
At the end of the crease where the thigh and the appearance of cellulite there are many fat cells. To destroy it, the body is required intensive training and liquids. To overcome that, Sandon recommends drinking eight glasses of warm water every day.
In addition, consumption of fruit that also contains a lot of water, such as grapes, apples or watermelon. According to research, women who ate the fruit that contains water, has a smaller body mass index and waist.
- Consumption of fruits and colored vegetables
Colored fruits and vegetables, like carrots, spinach, oranges, grapes, or tomatoes contain lots of vitamin C which is important to prevent damage to collagen. Collagen is the supporting structure in the skin that keep it supple. If the weakened collagen skin can lose elasticity of skin and fat easily stand out and become cellulite.
In addition, studies from Arizona State University, showed vitamin C can help you burn 30 percent more fat during the workout.
- Consumption of wheat
Excessive consumption of complex carbohydrates such as white rice, pasta and white bread, will be converted into blood sugar (glucose). The body tends to store surplus glucose then taken to liver cells to be processed into glycogen for storage, rather than burn it. It creates new fat cells, so that the fat is pushing on the skin and connective tissue cause cellulite.
To prevent that, replace your carbohydrate intake. Fulfill the needs carbohydrates by eating oatmeal or wheat bread.Tagged with: Body Mass Index, Carbohydrate Intake, Complex Carbohydrates, Excessive Consumption, Fat Cells, Fruits And Vegetables, Lot Of Water, Orange Peel, sugar glucose, wheat bread,