How to reduce cellulite by fighting glycation, hypoxia and inflammation

  • On a recent research paper presentation, we looked into how glycation and hypoxia (low tissue oxygenation, caused by poor circulation) cause fat tissue inflammation throughout the body and cellulite, in particular. at skin level. On this article we provide a simple holistic strategy against hypoxia, inflammation and glycation to help improve the health of your fat tissue and reduce cellulite.
  • Hypoxia can be reduced by regular exercise and a healthy diet rich in oily fish, vegetables and fruits and poor in sugar and saturated fat. A highly concentrated anti-cellulite cream that enhances circulation and reduces fat can also be of help, as can a strong anti-cellulite treatment, such as high power radiofrequency or strong anti-cellulite massage.
  • Glycation can be reduced by seriously restricting sugar, refined carbohydrates or excessive intake of carbs (even the complex ones). Supplementing with the anti-glycation aminoacid carnosine is essential. Again, a highly concentrated anti-cellulite cream that contains in meaningful quantities the aminoacids carnosine and other anti-glycation plant extracts (such as centella, pine bark extract, green tea extract, dihydromyricetin and other) can also be of help.
  • Low grade inflammation can be reduced by a diet poor in sugar, trans fats and omega-6 fatty acids and rich in oily fish, vegetables, fruits and herbs such as turmeric. A highly concentrated anti-cellulite cream, rich in anti-inflammatory ingredients such as curcumin and 18-beta glycyrrhetinic acid may also be of help.