The best remedy for cellulite is to reduce your extra intake of salt or fat. Eat fresh fruit, vegetables & whole grains, B vitamins and essential fatty acids. Eat Barley, rye and oats also. Increase circulation & breaking the fat cells by massage can help, as well as motion exercises like speed walking, cycling, climbing stairs, and running or jogging. Foods high in fober and low in fats will reduce cellulite.
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If your goal is to decrease and/or eliminate the caffeine in coffee, try easing into that goal with part decaf and part regular coffee. I use high quality (bold) decaf with half mild regular coffee. That way I get some caffeine and avoid caffeine withdrawal side effects.
Once your body gets accustom to the reduction, change the proportions until you are just drinking decaf.
Eating roughly 1 less teaspoon of salt a day was associated with a significantly lower risk of having a stroke or developing heart disease according to recent studies.So a little less salt could mean a lot more life! (RealAge.com)
In a scientific analysis of 13 different studies involving data from nearly 200,000 people, researchers found that the reduction in stroke risk from consuming 5 less grams of salt a day -- a little less than a teaspoon's worth -- was about 23%. And the reduction in heart disease risk was 17%.
Counting calories may be the hardest part of a successful weight reduction, but it is the only true way to lose those unwanted pounds
MORE INFORMATION: 252 Long before becoming a Spark person I counted and record all my food calorie intakes, and found that the only true way to lost weight was by counting calories and changing your eating habits. Thanks to my doctor, I saw the light and have in the last year and half lost over 100 #'s.
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