Cellulite Killers! Fight The Cellulite In A Natural Way!


Cellulite forms by consuming food rich in fat and triglycerides. Displeasing quantities are found mainly in the lower body, where the creation and collection of cellulite is most visible (buttocks, chest, inner side of thighs, abdomen, hips and upper arm).

fish and meatCellulite occurs due to excessive collection of these increased fat cells, which can be larger even 60 times more than normal. These tested tips can greatly assist you against the worst enemy of female beauty. Here are food types that help in reducing it:


If you are fond of meat, it is best to eat no fat meat – boiled or roasted meat.


Fish is an excellent substitute for meat. It contains less fat and is rich in easily digestible proteins. Just like meat, it is best to boil or bake. The best choice is tuna and salmon.


Most recommended fruits are exotic fruits like banana, pineapple, papaya or mango. These are rich in vitamins and fiber and thus have a major role in fighting cellulite. Ingredient “papain” which is contained in the papaya makes your skin smooth and supple and is one of the best enzymes that stimulate circulation and accelerate metabolism. Vitamin C stimulates the occurrence of collagen, an enzyme that provides elasticity to the skin. Orange, lemon and grapefruit are foods that at least once a day should be found on your menu.


Celery is great when it comes to the process of losing weight and fighting cellulite. It helps to eliminate the fat in the body, reduces appetite, and speeds up your metabolism.

Garlic and onions

Garlic and onions prevent the collection of water below the skin surface and remove toxins. Since they are well known diuretics that have been used for a long time, they have a major role in the fight against cellulite.


Berries contain many antioxidants that help the body to eliminate toxins that are accumulated under the skin surface. With the elimination of toxins, blood circulation  increases  while cellulite is reduced. Be sure to include strawberries, cranberries, raspberriesblueberries and remaining berries in your diet.


Cabbage also contains a lot of vitamin C and is rich in fiber, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc. It helps regulate the metabolism, and is a great fighter against obesity and cellulite.

Extra tips:

Arrange the food in 5 regular meals throughout the day. Be careful not to skip a meal because that is an ideal opportunity for formation of cellulite. At night try not to eat after 18 pm, because then the body uses less calories, any excess (unhealthy) food binds tissues and accrue in cellulite.

Poor digestion is also responsible for appearance and development of the cellulite, so make sure you enter enough foods rich in fiber. Eat and chew food slowly.