11 Foods That Stop Cellulite

Processed and fried foods, as well as sugars and white carbohydrates, act as toxins in the body, which may cause cellulite to form. Eating the right foods can help limit it. Add these cellulite-busting foods to your grocery list and stay far away from the offenders.


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1. Pineapple

Rich in potassium and vitamin C, pineapple is also chock-full of bromelain, which helps increase blood circulation. Bananas provide similar benefit.


2. Water

Drinking at least eight glasses of water each day will help plump the skin and make it look thicker and more supple to camouflage cellulite. Water also helps the body release stored toxins.

3. Asparagus

This healthy food strengthens veins and capillaries so that blood circulation is normalized. It also acts as a diuretic, forcing the body to release toxins.

4. Green Tea

Green tea contains catechins, which have been shown to help prevent the breakdown of collagen, a necessary component for strong, firm skin.

5. Sunflower Seeds

These antioxidant-rich seeds are said to help strengthen weak tissue, which can be linked to cellulite.

6. Chili Peppers

This spicy food increases the body's ability to produce heat internally, so that the body can burn fat faster.

7. Bananas

A good booster for blood vessels and great for assisting in healthy circulation, they're also a good source of potassium, vitamin B6 and magnesium.

8. Broccoli

Contains alpha lipoic acid, which helps prevent the hardening of collagen caused by sugar. It's also a good source of selenium and calcium.

9. Citrus

All are excellent sources of vitamin C. Orange contain methoxylated bioflavonoids, which can improve circulation and strengthen capillaries.
Oily fish

Salmon, sardines, tuna, trout and bass are all low in fat and high in cellulite-fighting proteins and minerals. Also good sources of essential fatty acids.

A good detoxifier, pears can help reduce the effects of pollutants in the body, assisting the lymphatic system. A good source of fiber and potassium, too.

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  • Diane

    It caused from hormones not food! Eating those foods don't help!

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  • Stella Wilson@WorldOrganic

    What we mostly do is follow the life style that we need to not. Sometimes its very difficult to know what we have to follow or implement. Your tips and list helped me a lot to sort out to do or not to do. Thanks a tone!!!!

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  • Jillian Campbell

    Great information!

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  • KittMarie

    This is great information that I have really needed! Thank you!!

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  • Emily Moore

    Thanks for the info. Now I just need to follow it to keep the cellulite off my body.

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  • Marcia

    Yes, great info, is their a sheet that you can print?

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  • Dana

    Is there are printable version of this?

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  • Joyce McDaniel

    Thanks for this great information.

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