Why do I have cellulite ?
Fat cells, also called adipocytes, can be found into the skin and have a main role for storing lipids in order to make energy reserves for the body.
By storing lipids, these cells get bigger and bigger and interfere with the proper functioning of the venous and lymphatic system.
The role of the lymphatic system is to eliminate toxins and promote drainage.
A vicious circle sets: fat cells get bigger, revealing small hollows on legs, butt and even arms and belly: this is adipose cellulite.
Aqueous cellulite is different because it results from poor cine-lymphatic circulation. The water is trapped into tissues instead of being eliminated by the lymphatic system which gives rise to swelling, edema.
Aqueous cellulite is the most common and does not affects only overweight people.
Several techniques have been proven to delocalize cellulite. However, food and healthy diet remains the main pillar. Basics must be respected, like limiting the intake of sugars and promoting some vegetables which favorize the drainage of the organism.
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