An overwhelming majority of us, 85% of adult women, have cellulite and Dr. Oz is convinced that we can easily do something about it and get actual results. Fortunately for him, cellulite is not an affliction, (did I really just call cellulite an affliction?), but he knows that most of us have it and hate it so his experts have practical, surprising advice for us (and I am including myself here when I say “us”). These tips will benefit our health in other areas too so let’s let our cellulite lead us down the path to good skin, good health and less dimples….
On a recent Dr. Oz episode, experts and medical professionals were called in to give simple, inexpensive answers to cosmetic issues that many resort to plastic surgery to correct. Dr. Erin Gilbert, a New York-based dermatologist, explained that when cellulite is present (and if you’re reading this, it is most likely is present), the quality of the skin overlying this puckered fat determines how much cellulite shows through. As the top layer of the skin degrades and thins with age, the amount of collagen and hyaluronic acid decreases in the skin, and, horrors, the cellulite appears even worse. Apparently eating certain foods can help! Naturally, these foods are plant-based and easy to incorporate into our diets and that’s what is so intriguing!
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