Thursday, June 24, 2010

Prevent Cellulite, with three easy steps

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Cellulite appears on the skin to be one annoying problem for women. If you already exercise regularly, make sure you also pay attention to healthy diet to counter the emergence of cellulite.

Said Christine Gerbstadt, MD, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, in Florida''Entering certain foods that moisturize the skin, build collagen, and, prevent the buildup of fat into your healthy diet, can help prevent the formation of cellulite".

Well, follow the following three food guides to get more smooth skin and cellulite-free.

1. White water

Well-hydrated skin will look more supple and healthy. In areas prone to cellulite, such as thighs and buttocks, supple skin that could cover up the fat cells beneath it better.
Make sure you consume enough 8 1 / 2 cups of water per day. If it is not too fond drink, help with sufficient fluid intake of water rich foods like apples, grapes, and cucumbers. As a plus, eating fruit as a snack also helps to reduce waist circumference and body weight.

2. Colored vegetables

Said Lona Sandon, RD, spokesperson for the American Association in Dallas Dietic colored vegetables are rich in vitamin C which is important to prevent damage to collagen.

Collagen is a skin support structure, the form of strands that penetrate the fatty tissue of the skin into the underlying muscle layer. If the string is weakened, the skin loses its elasticity and fat can be prominent on the skin, creating a wavy layer beneath more obvious. In addition, excessive sun exposure can also damage collagen.

According Gerbstadt, vitamin C associated with collagen synthesis. Research at Arizona State University in Mesa show, vitamin C can help burn up more than 30 percent fat during exercise. Therefore, make sure you get vitamin C intake of at least 75 milligrams daily.

3. Whole grains

Refined carbohydrates such as sugary cereals, white bread, white rice and even more rapidly converted into glucose, causing insulin jumped dramatically. Substantial increases are sending signals to the body to store fat rather than burning it.
All new fat and excess fat makes full cells, thereby encouraging the connective tissue is stronger than usual and look lumpy.

Therefore, avoid eating refined carbohydrates. Instead, choose whole grain products like brown rice, oatmeal and popcorn, which will not make your blood sugar up and down like a roller coaster. Replace half of your six daily servings of carbohydrates with whole grain products.

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