Cellulite Diet & Exercise
Many women wonder if diet and exercise can make a difference to the appearance of cellulite on the body.
The good news is that there is a correlation between cellulite and diet, but the bad news is it’s more preventative that curative.
So to understand how diet and exercise affect cellulite, let’s first take a look at how cellulite forms. Cellulite forms deep below the skin in the subcutaneous fat layer. It is caused by bad circulation, toxin build up and fat gain.
It is this combination of factors that causes cellulite, so any treatment used on cellulite also needs to address all these factors.
Exercise for cellulite
This is the problem with exercise for cellulite: it may help tone the body and help with fat loss, but you cannot completely exercise this fat layer away, as it is crucial to our survival.
And while exercise for cellulite may help address one of the causes of cellulite, it cannot improve circulation to the affected area, or eliminate stored toxins.
Diet for Cellulite
Similarly, going on a diet may also help with weight loss, but will not assist with circulation or toxin elimination, so cannot affect cellulite.
Diet can however, be effective in the prevention of cellulite, and Cellulite Treatments By Sia often recommends removing all kinds of artificial additives, preservatives and toxins, like alcohol and caffeine, from the diet following your treatment, to prevent cellulite from returning.
Our cellulite treatment
Our recently imported cellulite technology is proven and patented. It uses a combination of magnetic pulsing and radio frequency to: improve circulation via angiogenesis, reduce fat cells via lipolysis and boost the elimination of stored toxins.
It also uses a multipolar applicator, which reaches down to where the cellulite occurs.
So if you have cellulite and have tried all the diet and exercise programs, visit us at Cellulite Treatments By Sia and find out how you can be cellulite-free by next summer!