The most important considerations for a cellulite diet and for your health in general is good nutrition, reduce or eliminate organ meats, heavy dairy, avoid toxins in your food and to drink plenty of water to flush toxins and detoxify your body.
A healthy diet should be high in antioxidants and include adequate raw low glycemic fruits, vegetable, whole grains, fiber at least eight glasses of water a day. Make sure your diet contains sources of Lecithin, such as eggs and consider lecithin granules as a condiment choice.
Essential fatty acids are also important so instead of unhealthy fats like margarine and butter, consider the healthy fats found in hemp, olive, flaxseed, and walnut oils, as well as oil from cold water fish.
Other natural foods and supplements beneficial to treatment of cellulite are grape seed, pomegranate, Q10, vitamin C and magnesium, amino acids, glucosamine, ginger, evening primrose oil, cayenne and kelp.
Cellulite exercises like yoga and deep breathing can help you shape up your self-image, smooth out imperfections, relax and feel good. This type of exercise also helps keep you fit for life.
There are many cosmetic and medical procedures that are thought remove or lessen cellulite such as spa body treatments, skin brushing, dermal fillers, massage and even the extremes of lymphatic drainage, iontophoresis, microdermabrasion, lasers, peels and liposuction.