Cellulite is thought to affect some 80 to 90 percent of females, but can also be present occasionally in men, too!

Cellulite is the name given to the unattractive dimpling of skin usually on the back of the legs, outer thighs, hips and buttocks. There is a loss of skin firmness due to swollen fat cells, and fluid and toxin accumulation. The toxic accumulation is one of the main reasons cellulite is even seen in women who maintain their ideal weight.

oil_free_lotionIn some European countries, cellulite is considered a medical condition. However, in the United States, it is looked upon as a cosmetic circumstance afflicting obese women. There are many theories as to the cause of cellulite including fat cell malfunction, metabolic and circulatory disorders, and hormone imbalance; however, the cause may be more of a combination of poor circulation, poor elimination and general toxicity.

Over the past 10 to 15 years, numerous machines and gadgets have been brought to market to combat cellulite. If cellulite was such an easy problem to solve, we wouldn’t see so many attempts, many of which are unsuccessful, to alleviate it.

Prevention is always the best course of action and there is no simple or easy solution for miraculous results with existing cellulite. The information here is plain and simple: it takes commitment, consistency and a better understanding of all factors that contribute to cellulite, such as poor circulation, poor elimination and bad diet. Addressing these problems must be part of a daily regime, where they will become second nature.

If you only give a half-hearted commitment and half-hearted efforts to a plan, the results will be the same. However, if you can understand the underlying causes of the problem and have the desire to become healthier and take good care of yourself, you can join the others who have experienced a reduction in toxicity and cellulite!