For a better understanding of what cellulite is exactly, let’s start this explanation with a review of skin’s anatomy.
The outer layer of the skin is called epidemis. Just below it, there is the dermis, which is rich in hair follicles, sweat glands, blood vessels, connective tissues and nervous receptors. The next layer of tissue is the first from the three subcutaneous layers (which means under the skin – fat).
Cellulite is kind of uncommon to men (obese and non-obese), because the epidermis, the dermis and an upper part of the subcutaneous tissue are different at men. Men have in the epidermis and in the dermis tissue, thicker layers of tissue in the thighs and buttocks. The subcutaneous structure differences of fat cells between women and men occur during the third trimester of fetal development and it is manifesting at birth. The variations in hormones between the sexes, largely explains this skin structure deviation. It has been shown that men who were born with the deficiency of male hormones will often look similar to subcutaneous fat of the women’s.
But now is the moment to say goodbye to all the frustration that you have accumulated from your problem to cellulite and to stop spending lots of money on all those expensive and inefficient pharmaceutical products that are full of chemicals and toxic additives which not only that will have no benefic results, but, moreover, they can harm your skin more serious. Here is an 100% natural remedy for cellulite, used by many happy women, that you can prepare at home, and with a little luck, even with ingredients which you will find right in your kitchen.
- Take honey, gelatin, and vanilla
- Mix it well in water to make marshmallows
- You can add probiotics to this mixture
- Eat these homemade marshmallows regularly to get clear the cellulite problem.
- Or you can include gelatin in any way in your diet for getting relief from the cellulite problem.
Why can these specific ingredients can help you?
Gelatin – gelatin is a substance which is rich in collagen, that is found mainly in bones and in the animal’s skin from which soups with excellent health proprieties are prepared of. Do you ever wonder why do we eat kitchen or beef soup made from bones, when we are feeling seek? Also, gelatin is the main ingredient for meat aspic or jelly lean pork from the traditional winter holidays. Gelatin contains nearly half of the 18 essential amino acids that are necessary for the skin, nails and hair health, but it is also the one ingredient which strengthens the immune system and keeps a balance in the body weight. For example, gelatin contains glycine, which helps to eliminate toxins, faster healing of the wounds, having anti inflammatory effects, helps for a better absorption of the calcium and promotes the muscle growth. Honey – Nectar itself is composed mainly of sucrose and water. Bees add enzymes that create additional chemical compounds, inverting the sucrose into fructose and glucose, and then evaporate the water so that the resulting product will resist spoiling.The vitamins present in honey are B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid and certain amino acids. The minerals found in honey include calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc. I learnt that “conductivity” is an indirect way of measuring the mineral content of a honey. Manuka honey has a higher than normal conductivity — about 4 times that of normal flower honeys. The higher the conductivity, the better the value of the honey. Also, one of the most encouraging honey nutrition facts – this natural sweetener has antioxidants and is free of fat and cholesterol!
Vanilla – Vanilla extract is chiefly composed of simple and complex sugars, essential oils, vitamins, and minerals. The chief chemical component in the beans is vanillin. The pods also compose of numerous traces of other constituents such as eugenol, caproic acid, phenoles, phenol ether, alcohols, carbonyl compounds, acids, ester, lactones, aliphatic and aromatic carbohydrates and vitispiranes. Its extract contains small amounts of B-complex groups of vitamins such as niacin, pantothenic acid, thiamin, riboflavin and vitamin B-6. These vitamins help in enzyme synthesis, nervous system function and regulating body metabolism.T his condiment spice also contains small traces of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, iron and zinc. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure.