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Dehlvi Cellulite Control Oil

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Cellulite is a condition in which lumpy, dimpled appearance occurs on the arms, thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen with underlying fat deposits. Cellulite is most common in adolescent and adult women. A misconception with cellulite is that it is always caused by being overweight; however even those underweight or at a normal weight can have cellulite. Some common causes for cellulite include: sitting all day during work, constantly standing in the same spot, having a slow metabolism, being dehydrated, having a high amount of body fat, being physically inactive, hormonal changes, having thinner skin, which shows cellulite more easily, not eating a healthy diet and fad dieting. Risk factors for cellulite include being inactive, taking hormonal contraceptives and being a woman. Cellulite can also be genetic, so if women in your family have it, it is likely you will get it too. The powerful combination of therapeutic oils in Cellulite Control Oil helps to improve blood flow to the cellulite and fatty deposits. It improves the metabolic rate in such tissues and therefore helps to reduce flab from arms, thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen.





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    Abstain from fried, flatulent and spicy food articles. Rice and junk food should be avoided completely. Prevent cellulite with a healthy diet, regular vigorous exercise and avoiding tightly-fitting clothing. Quit smoking and avoid unnecessary medication, like diet-pills, pep-pills, sleeping pills, laxatives and diuretics. Reduce your intake of coffee, alcohol, high-fat foods and processed foods. Eat plenty of fiber. Drink plenty of water and eat regular daily helpings of fresh fruit. TIPS: * Avoid excess salt. Too much salt can lead to fluid retention and make cellulite look worse. * Drink at least 1.5 litres of water daily. This will help to prevent water retention, encourage the removal of toxins and improve the appearance of your skin. * Increase your intake of omega-3 fatty acids (found in cold-water fish, such as salmon and mackerel, and flax seeds and walnuts), as they reduce inflammation and hydrate the skin

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