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Cellulite Guide

January 25, 2013

What is cellulite? I hear you ask. This is a very common question. Cellulite is normally to be found on a woman’s buttocks, thighs, tummy, and possibly arms. It is simply a name for the appearance of bumpy, rippled, dimpled, looking fat on the individual’s body. Cellulite is a widespread problem that can affect any woman as she ages. This occurs when connective tissues under the skin that shape the fat become weaker and then deform owing to poor or restricted circulation. According to a study carried out by the American academy of dermatology, cellulite can be the body’s natural way of storing fat.

Cellulite is a problem for a lot of women. Some doctors, do not think of cellulite formation as a particular condition at all; apparently they judge that cellulite is only another name for excess fat. The problem of cellulite is estimated to affect about 85% of females over 30 in the UK. From a medical standpoint, cellulite is little to worry about.

Lots of devices have appeared in the past for the reduction of cellulite but most of them have faded away owing to the lack of sustainable results. With the right doctor, Mesotherapy has become the top treatment for the reduction of cellulite. People between the ages of 18 – 75 and in fine health make good subjects for Mesotherapy for cellulite reduction, weight loss, and spot weight reduction. These days, the lessening of cellulite and fat is made possible using a combination of therapies, including mesotherapy, to treat and alleviate this problem.

To sum up, your best bet is to try to eat a healthy diet, drink lots of water, and get plenty of exercise. A daily routine of doing what you can to keep healthy and fit will not only aid you in your fight to stay clear of cellulite, but will further help you stay healthy and have a longer life.

Reference to the source Health Risks Associated With Excess Body Fat – Take off your weight

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