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Talise Nu­tri­tion clin­i­cal nu­tri­tion­ist Sinead Scott shares her ac­tion plan to ban­ish cel­lulite at home.

In­crease wa­ter con­sump­tion. Wa­ter helps to flush out toxic com­pounds from your body. These fatty glob­ules un­der the skin har­bour tox­ins, and make the cel­lulite more vis­i­ble. Well-hy­drated skin will look more even, with less of a lumpy look. Cut down on sugar. Try to cut down on sugar, as it is stored in fat cells, which cause them to ex­pand. Limit salt in­take. Salt causes wa­ter re­ten­tion, which will make cel­lulite more prom­i­nent. In­clude flaxseed in your diet. Flaxseed mod­u­lates oe­stro­gen lev­els, and can in­crease col­la­gen pro­duc­tion. Con­nec­tive tis­sue is com­prised of col­la­gen, and when the skin is strong, cel­lulite ap­pear­ance is di­min­ished. In­clude In­frared sauna ses­sions. In­frared saunas heat your tis­sues sev­eral inches deep, which will en­hance your nat­u­ral meta­bolic pro­cesses as well as in­creas­ing and even oxy­genat­ing your tis­sues. In­clude lym­phatic mas­sages. Lym­phatic mas­sages help re­move toxic over­load from get­ting stored within the cells; they also in­crease cir­cu­la­tion and lymph flow. In­clude daily dry body brush­ing. Dry body brush­ing will help to re­duce cel­lulite ap­pear­ance as it in­creases cir­cu­la­tion. Don’t for­get to move. Bounc­ing on a mini tram­po­line is the eas­i­est and most fun way to stim­u­late the lym­phatic sys­tem and im­prove cir­cu­la­tion, which will help to re­duce the ap­pear­ance of cel­lulite.

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