Surprising Cellulite-Fighting Foods
By NewBeauty Editors |
Although there's no cure for cellulite, there are a variety of foods that contain ingredients thought to help decrease the appearance of cellulite thanks to their circulation-boosting properties. Consider adding the following to your grocery list...
Asparagus: Helps strengthen veins and capillaries and controls blood pressure. It's also a good source of vitamins A, B and C.
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.
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.
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.
Pears: 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.
Pineapple: Has an anti-inflammatory action in the body that can help fight fluid retention and aid in the healing of damaged collagen fibers. A good source of vitamin C, as well.