Foods That Burn Fat & Cellulite

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Exercise. Eat right. These attempts will reduce the size of fat cells, but there is not a non-surgical way to completely get rid of cellulite. Therefore, foods recommended to burn fat will not remove cellulite but can reduce its size. Foods suggested to burn fat are also on the top of lists of recommended food for a healthy diet.

Though cellulite is present in every person, we equate cellulite with fat.
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Asparagus is full of vitamins and helps break down fat cells in the body.

Asparagus
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Avocados are full of fats so it seems backward that it would be a recommended food to reduce cellulite. But, the vitamins and acids in an avocado work to improve circulation and overall health. Your body takes the avocado fat and uses it to reduce the cellulite instead of storing the fat.

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Green tea contains something called catechins that stop the movement of sugar in fat cells. The sugar, or carbohydrates, are released. This reduces cellulite and increases energy level, which, in turn, burns more fat.

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Eat foods with cinnamon. Cinnamon helps your body metabolize sugar faster. This is great because high sugar levels turns into stored fat so metabolizing the sugar reduces fat.

Cinnamon
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Ginger has multiple purposes as far as cellulite goes. It expands blood vessels, which increases body heat and speeds up metabolism, which in turn helps burn fat. Ginger also improves the circulation around the fat cells. This is beneficial because low circulation inhibits the removal of waste, even that from the fat cells, from the body.

Ginger
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