Yin and yang diet for cellulite. Have you noticed why Japanese women never seem to have cellulite? Cellulite refers to the bumps under your skin that cause the surface of your body to look dimpled. For many, this is a reason to avoid the beach and other public places. Cellulite is caused by little overfilled fat pockets right under your skin. These are fat cells that have become enlarged, causing them to take up more space between the skin’s connective tissues. Fat expands these spaces resulting in the overlying skin dimpling in. Cellulite can cause image problems and is the main reason why many women are afraid of wearing short skirts.

The good news is you don?t have to live with cellulite forever. You don?t need magic to get cellulite-free skin. It?s all about balance according to the Japanese. A well balanced diet will help fight cellulite. Yin food helps the body get rid of toxins while yang foods stimulate metabolism.

So what are ?yin? foods? Green vegetables like asparagus artichoke, cabbage and green beans will cleanse the liver. Black radish is excellent for the gall-bladder while white radish helps eliminate excess fat. Barley helps cleanse the body of animal fat that accumulates during the cold winter months.

The ?yang? foods are seaweed like kouchan that is full of minerals. Nori is used in sushi to help the body break down animal fats. Raw fish is a great source of lean protein which stimulates the metabolism.

Any woman (and a few men) knows the horrors of cellulite: unsightly bumps on your legs, stomach, buttocks or arms. People spend millions of dollars a year for painful and dangerous procedures to get rid of this extremely visible problem. There is no need for embarrassment or expensive surgery. A well balanced diet and Celluthin are all you need to eliminate cellulite.

Cellluthin eliminates cellulite dimples and reduces stubborn body fat. It also firms and tightens thighs, legs, and hips to reduce the appearance of cellulite. Remember cellulite gets worse with age if left untreated.

By pauline