Why You Develop Cellulite


Genetics and Heredity 
Genes highly determine your chance of developing cellulite. It is also primarily a female issue and affects 90% of women.


Not Enough Water 
Drinking lots of water will help flush toxins out your body. Since cellulite is a mixture of fat, water, and toxic wastes that the body has failed to eliminate, drinking plenty of water can help diminish cellulite.


Poor Diet 
A poor diet consisting of alcohol, processed foods, and caffeine contributes to cellulite since the toxins they produce get trapped in fatty tissue. Some say that spicy foods can contribute.


Smoking 
Here's another reason you should quit; smoking promotes cellulite by damaging the connective tissue in your body. This causes the dimpled effect in cellulite.

Medication 
Diet pills, sleeping pills and diuretics all lead to cellulite. Birth control also increases cellulite formation because of its tendency to produce high levels of estrogen. It also leads to water retention which inhibits the body from flushing the system of toxins, leading to the formation of cellulite.
Sedentary Lifestyle
The results of a sedentary lifestyle, poor circulation and muscle tone, can cause cellulite development. Lack of exercise hardens the connective tissue in the skin which causes dimples.

Crash Diets 
Crash diets increase the risk of cellulite because the body thinks it's starving. It attempts to consume saturated fats which help build cellulite. Unfortunately, these fats block the arteries and get trapped in tissues as well, preventing sufficient waste and toxin elimination.

Although there are many causes of cellulite, there are also many cellulite cures and treatments that Elite Therapeutics Body and Skin Care provides that will help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

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