First, before we get into this, the ‘diet’ in the title doesn’t mean a crash weight-loss diet. While losing weight may reduce the appearance of your cellulite, we don’t recommend using the vast majority of trendy diets that promise a certain amount of weight loss in a certain amount of time.
Why? Because even those fad diets that actually do produce some weight loss can have other unwanted and unhealthy side effects. These include triggering your body to go into starvation mode, which can affect your metabolism and make it difficult to lose weight even on a low-calorie diet.
Eating a Healthy, Balanced Diet of Quality Food Can Reduce Cellulite
Cellulite might be hereditary, or it might be due hormonal factors, or it may just be caused by excess weight.
Regardless of what causes your cellulite, transforming your regular diet can help you reduce it.
1. Fewer Processed Foods
Processed foods can include those that are cooked, prepared, packaged, altered and/or added to before you buy them. Many foods that go through a ‘process’ before you buy them have excessively high levels of sugar, salt and unhealthy fats. Just the sort of ingredients that can put on the pounds and make your cellulite look worse.
2. More Raw Foods
Fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains are low in unhealthy fats and high in fibre. They take longer to digest, which reduces the chance of the energy they deliver being stored as fat. They’re also packed with nutrients which boosts your energy, so you can use to burn more calories.