Medically speaking, there is no such thing as cellulite. It is a made-up term for plain, old fat that clumps and bumps on the thighs, tummy, and hips in up to 90% of women. It results when subcutaneous (just below the skin) fat forms pockets between the meshlike webbing of connective tissue that holds fat in place, much like stitching forms squares in a down comforter. The more stuffing, the more puckered the texture.
The only way to smooth out the dimples is to lose body fat with a proper diet and tone up with exercise. The diet rules for tackling those bumps and ripples include:
1. Lose weight gradually.
2. Cut out the junk, that means processed foods.
3. Watch portions.
4. Graze, don’t gorge.