By Roger Hince
1. If you have Cellulite, you are fat: False Having cellulite is very exasperating for most women. The appearance of cellulite on the body is quite unattractive and is a cause of agony and frustration for several women. The worst part about cellulite is that it affects almost all women, not just women who are obese. Hence, flaunting a body of size zero does not translate to cellulite free.
2. Cellulite, in simple terms – is fat: False Cellulite is fat that is in deteriorated condition, due to constricted circulation of blood and poor drainage of toxic substances from the body. Hence to avoid formation of cellulite, it is necessary to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle, since it assists in the circulation of blood and keeps the body flushed of contaminating elements.
3. Genetics play a vital role in determining your risk factor: True Mainly, yes, the development of lumpiness of cellulite in your body depends on whether it plagues other women in your family. You are more likely to develop cellulite if it is present in your genes. But that does not mean you?re a goner! Diet, lifestyle and hormone balances play a vital role as well, which can help maintain the outlook of your body.
4. Cellulite increases at a direct rate to your age: True Sadly. Cellulite affects women who are post pubertal, or in other words those who have hit puberty. Estrogen, the female hormone, aids the formation of cellulite, and the rates increase as you get older. Lack of exercise and poor diets are also contributing factors. Age is the degenerative factor, which results in thinning of the skin, combined with little exercise, fat cells tend to store and form the dreaded cellulite.
5. Exercise diminishes the prominence of cellulite: True Another great reason to exercise! Exercise will not completely rid the body of cellulite, as cellulite is not simply pure fat. Exercise allows for proper blood circulation in the body, efficiently cleansing it of harmful substances, the outcome of which is a toned body and smoother skin, much more desirable than the one with cellulite indeed.
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