4 Foods That Can Make Cellulite Even Worse

    Cellulite and FoodYou are what you eat.

    I’ve always liked this saying until I hit my early 20s.

    Cottage cheese is all fine and dandy, but not when it’s on your body in the form of dreaded cellulite.

    Was someone feeding me containers of cottage cheese that I was not aware of?

    Aside from that mystery, we do know that what we eat affects our bodies inside and out.

    If you’re having trouble with cellulite creeping up in places you’d rather it not be, it might be beneficial to take a look at the foods you’re eating.

    Certain foods are bad for the body and in turn can cause cellulite (or make it worse).

    Let’s take a look at these foods so we know which ones to avoid when dealing with cellulite!


    How could something so sweet, be so bitter for the body?

    Sugary foods can have a harmful effect on the body because it causes a sudden rise in insulin.

    This in turn can stimulate the production of adipose tissue, which is the fancy word for fat.

    Excess sugar ends up being stored in fat cells and eventually makes the cells much larger.

    Sugar also causes inflammation in the body, which does not help banish cellulite at all.

    Aim for only 6 teaspoons of sugar a day and avoid sugary soft drinks, candy, cakes, and foods with added sugar


    Where salt goes, water flows.

    My biology professor probably wasn’t talking about cellulite when he taught us how to remember the rule of sodium…

    Nevertheless, it’s true.  Sodium in the body causes fluid retention.

    Too much sodium causes an increase of water weight and this makes cellulite look even worse.

    Steer clear of foods that have more than 200 mg of salt in them.


    It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that alcohol doesn’t help cellulite.

    It may help you forget about it for a night but that’s not what we’re looking for!

    Alcohol is loaded with empty calories and toxins that will only increase the amount of cellulite.

    Alcoholic beverages can also contribute to a rise in skin cell and muscle damage.

    The laundry list of negative effects that alcohol has on the body continues because it can deplete the body of necessary vitamins and minerals such as calcium, zinc and vitamin C.

    Not having enough of these sources can cause a reduction in collagen production and issues with blood flow.

    Processed Food

    Processed food is chock full of saturated fat, additives, preservatives, and useless calories.

    What it’s missing is vitamins, nutrients, and fiber (qualities that real food has).

    All of these harmful ingredients wreck havoc in your body as it tries to sort through how to process and what to do with all these unnecessary additions.

    It usually just leads to the production of more fat cells and thus visible cellulite vendre viagra.

    Final Thoughts…

    Don’t give cellulite a fighting chance and avoid the 4 things we talked about: sugar, sodium, processed food and alcohol.

    You can also help bust stubborn cellulite by finding your perfect cellulite cream on our list of the 10 best cellulite creams!

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    About the Author: Hi, I'm Elizabeth Adams, the founder and Senior Editor of Cellulite.com. I’m the one who personally tries out most of the cellulite creams, procedures and treatments you’ll read about on this site. Obviously, I’m obsessed with finding the best (and most realistic) solutions to removing cellulite! .