Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Most Effective Strategies for Eliminating Cellulite



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    Cellulite, those pockets of fat that tend to collect on buttocks, 

thighsand upper arms, are a cause of embarrassment for many. The dimpling,
“orangepeel” effect occurs when fat cells push against the surrounding
subcutaneous  connective tissue in your skin. If your lymph circulation
becomes sluggish, toxins accumulate in these fat cells.

    Liposuction, creams and wraps only temporarily reduce the appearance of
cellulite. Without continual treatment, cellulite just reappears...So what, if
anything, might actually work to reduce cellulite?

    The featured article in The Guardian1 suggests body brushing. Simply give
yourself a vigorous scrub-down with a dry body brush before you get into the
shower, and then apply a good moisturizer afterward. (I recommend plain
coconut oil opposed to chemical-laden creams). According to the writer, this
simple technique “really did, honest-to-God, make a remarkable difference in
just a few weeks.”

    There’s certainly nothing wrong with this strategy; body brushing can
help improve circulation and lymph flow, which are important elements for
cellulite elimination. The downside is having to manually scrub yourself in
areas that can be hard or uncomfortable to reach. Three strategies that I
believe might be far more effective, in order of importance, are as follows,
and in the following sections I’ll explain why:

        Intermittent fasting
        Whole body vibration training, a.k.a. Acceleration Training
        Rebound exercise

Intermittent Fasting Shifts Your Body from Burning Sugar to Burning Fat

    In a nutshell, the answer to eliminating cellulite is to shift your body
from burning sugar to efficiently burning fat for fuel, in order to get rid
of excess fat deposits. Intermittent fasting is one of the most powerful
interventions I know of to move your body into fat burning mode.

    One of the mechanisms that makes fasting so effective for fat loss is the
fact that it provokes the secretion of human growth hormone (HGH), which
is afat-burning hormone. Fasting also increases catecholamines, which
increasesresting energy expenditure while decreasing insulin levels, which
allowsstored fat to be burned for fuel.

    Together, these and other factors will turn you into an effective fat-

burning machine.

    The type of fast you choose appears to be less important, so pick
whichever one fits your lifestyle, schedule, and temperament the best. For
variations, see this previous article on intermittent fasting. I have been
experimenting with different types of scheduled eating in my own life for the
past three years, and my preference is to simply skip breakfast and restrict
my eating to a 6-7 hour window each day.

    For this version of intermittent fasting to be effective, you need torestrict
your eating to a window of maximum eight hours each day. This means
eating only between the hours of 11am until 7pm, as an example. Essentially,
this equates to simply skipping breakfast and making lunch your first meal of
the day instead.

    This is doable and convenient for most people, but you can restrict iteven
further — down to six, four, or even two hours, if you want, but you can
still reap many of these rewards by limiting your eating to a window of about
eight hours.

    In the 6-8 hours that you do eat, you want to have healthy protein,minimize
your carbs like pasta and bread and potatoes and exchange them for
healthful fats like butter, eggs, avocado, coconut oil, olive oil and nuts.

(The type of fats the media and “experts" tell you to avoid.)

    This will help shift your body from sugar-burning mode to fat-burning
mode. Remember it takes a few weeks to make the transition. You have to
do itgradually, but once you succeed and switch to fat burning mode, you
willeasily be able to fast for 18 hours and not feel hungry. Your cravings for
sugar will magically disappear and it will be much easier to achieve your
ideal weight.

How Acceleration Training Can Help Beat Cellulite

    Next, reconsider how you exercise. One form of exercise that provides
many of the same health benefits as intermittent fasting is high intensity
interval training (HIIT). Doing these kinds of Peak Fitness exercises while
fasted (i.e. exercise before you break your fast) will further boost the
effects. One of the ways HIIT can be particularly helpful for combating
cellulite is that it significantly boosts your levels of human growth hormone
(HGH) which, as mentioned earlier, is a fat-burning hormone.

    But another form of exercise that is particularly useful for combating
cellulite in particular is Acceleration Training, in which you perform
exercises on a vibrating platform such as the Power Plate.

    Acceleration Training improves your lymph circulation, helping break
downcellulite from the inside out. The vibrations cause thousands of muscle
contractions that pump your lymphatic fluid out of problem areas, reducing
fluid congestion in your tissues. This helps to flush out toxins and ease the
load on your immune system. This mechanism has been scientifically shown
toactually help rid your body of excess pounds and unsightly cellulite.

    In a 2004 German study,2 Acceleration Training alone reduced cellulite on
subjects' thighs and buttocks by nearly 26 percent. When cardio exercises
were added to Vibration Training, cellulite dropped even more; just over 32
percent. Other research confirms its benefits for sustained fat loss. For
example, one animal study3 showed that Acceleration training caused a drop
inthe creation of new fat cells, and a 2010 study4 on humans found that:

        Those using Acceleration Training in addition to a low calorie diet
lost twice as much visceral fat after six months compared to those who
followed a low calorie diet with cardio and weight training.

        The decrease in visceral fat remained at the same level in the
vibration group after 12 months, while the diet and fitness groups returned
to their normal baseline values after 12 months. The researchers suggested
that the maintenance of visceral fat loss in the Acceleration Training group
might be related to hormonal changes—specifically, increased production of
human growth hormone (HGH).


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Larry Nelson
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