Cellulite is a harmless skin condition that causes lumpy, dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen. The condition is mostly caused by a buildup of fat underneath the skin. A lot of people usually treat this condition by going to a dermatologist for plastic surgery, but in this article, I will see if building muscle can actually get rid of cellulite.
The article today will be also be explaining a possible way of getting rid of cellulite or explaining how getting rid of cellulite is not possible due to some problems that persist in any way, shape, or form.
Does Working Out Do Anything?
Working out consistently increases muscle mass, but does it get rid of cellulite? Working out does actually get rid of cellulite but not completely, the muscle mass will take care of all the fat in those areas, but if you go long periods without working out the areas with cellulite will show up again. According to Healthline,
“Although it’s impossible to get rid of cellulite completely, there are things you can do to minimize its appearance. Strength training — especially when combined with diet and cardio — can reduce body fat and sculpt muscles, helping erase some of those dimples.”
Working out is great for anyone, but sadly cellulite will always stay with you since all the fat will push up to whichever part of the body that it unfortunately goes to. Fatty foods can also be a cause of it like processed meats, pizza, cheese, and carbohydrates but some other foods are quite hard to cut out of your diet.
A Way to Combat Cellulite?
A great way to combat it would be dieting and cutting out some foods permanently from your diet, like I stated in the last paragraph, cutting foods with high carbohydrates and fatty foods are a great way to reduce cellulite since they have a high fatty rate and would be beneficial if you cut them out entirely from your diet. According to The Daily Campus,
“You wouldn’t think that potatoes, rice, pasta, and products made with white flour such as bread and crackers can cause cellulite. But these high-glycemic-index foods are broken down into sugar by the body and can actually cause inflammation as a result. This can make cellulite look worse—not to mention the sugar they’re converted to can accelerate aging. Reach instead for whole-grain bread and pasta made from chickpeas and veggies.”
A great way to actually combat cellulite would be eating vegetables, since it helps against fatty foods and leads to a healthy balanced diet, and it would also help you lose weight as an added bonus.
To end this article, working out and eating healthy does not eliminate cellulite if the damage has already been done and the only way to get rid of it would be plastic surgery but everyone does not have that type of money to get rid of fatty skin so you will sadly be staying with it. Thank you for reading the article.