Fighting cellulite with the advice of nutritionists

Fighting cellulite with the advice of nutritionists

Fighting cellulite at the table, starting with the advice of three nutritionists, to make functional use of nutrition and cleanse from the inside, instead of using only topical products to reduce this annoying blemish. How to proceed? Which foods to focus on?

Here is what three professionals in the food and medical fields recommend to us.


  • What Dr. Farnetti says to fight cellulite at the table.

    Yes to snacks and side dishes of raw vegetables such as cucumbers, fennel, carrots, but also raw artichokes, perhaps cut into thin slices and seasoned with oil, parsley and lemon. To combat cellulite at the table, it is necessary to help cleanse the liver and kidneys.
    Bitter vegetables, endive, cardoons, leafy vegetables such as field herbs, endive, chicory are useful.
    Let’s add some raw onion to our salads, for example, to encourage diuresis, paired with a tomato salad.
    Instead, it is useless to drink too much water, focus on dishes with the wrong combinations such as mozzarella and tomato (the caprese) or minestrone: they promote water retention.

  • According to Dr. Papavasileiou, you can fight cellulite at the table and with better habits .

    Prefer drinking water with a low fixed residue, to be drunk in doses of two liters per day in summer, eliminate hidden sources of salt, such as those from industrial foods, from foods rich in salt such as sausages and cheeses; cut down on smoking and alcohol.

  • Dr. Giulia Vincenzo ‘s advice to fight cellulite by eliminating food no .

    No to foods too rich in animal fats, such as butter, red meats, cold cuts, and of course, watch out for foods that contain too much salt.

    Yes to low-sodium vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, courgettes, cabbage, fennel, radicchio. Yes to summer fruit rich in water, such as melon and watermelon or red fruits. Yes to foods rich in flavonoids, such as red fruits, citrus fruits. Yes to foods rich in vitamin C, such as parsley, citrus fruits, kiwis, peppers. Yes to foods rich in potassium, such as bananas, strawberries, spinach, potatoes, legumes, cherries. No to preserved foods, because artificial additives and dyes worsen liver function. Yes to fresh and dried spices and herbs to reduce the amount of salt added to dishes.

  • The extra idea to fight cellulite?

  • A DIY lotion based on oregano oil, very powerful anti-inflammatory, to be mixed in 10-12 drops in a tablespoon or two of olive or coconut oil, and to be applied with circular massages in the areas to be treated from one to two times per day. Wait a few hours before rinsing.

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