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How To Get Rid of Cellulite For Good!

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

6 Steps to a Sexy Swimsuit Body! - Inexpensive and EFFECTIVE ways to get rid of cellulite for GOOD!! These really work! I use them every year before swimsuit season without fail!

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6 Steps to a Sexy Swimsuit Body!

Spring break is almost here and summer will be here before you know it! You know what that means…swimsuit season is rapidly approaching. If you’re like most women you love summer but you my have some anxiety over wearing a swimsuit. Lucky for you, I’m going to share some very inexpensive and effective methods that actually work to get rid of cellulite for good!! I use them every year before swimsuit season with out fail. Creams and lotions typically do nothing, so don’t even bother wasting your time and hard earned money. Here are 6 simple steps that will help you achieve smoother skin and a healthier bod in time for swimsuit season!

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1. Skin brushing. I recently wrote an article about this. Skin brushing has been used for literally thousands of years! It not only helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite but also stimulates and tightens the skin. It feels amazing and can be done anytime for FREE!! Skin brushes are under $10 and will last forever. For instructions on skin brushing read this article.

2. Cellulite Buster. This juice is super yummy and a great way to rev up your metabolism and fat burning potential! It’s featured in my Juice Feasting 101 ebook but I’ll also share the recipe with you here.

The Cellulite Buster!! This really works!!

The Cellulite Buster

  • 1 peeled grapefruit
  • 3 peeled oranges
  • 1 peeled lemon
  • 1 inch knob or ginger

Run all ingredients through a juicer (I recommend Breville) and enjoy! (Makes 16oz) Drink daily in the morning on an empty stomach or after a workout.

3. Get off coffee. Coffee and caffeine are very dehydrating and can actually add to the appearance of cellulite, not cool! Staying properly hydrated and eliminating caffeinated beverages like coffee will help to hydrate and firm the skin. If you are looking for a coffee replacement, CocoCeps is a delicious, healthy, caffeine free alternative that tastes just like a delicious mocha!!

4. Rebounding. Rebounding on a mini trampoline is Ah-mazing for cellulite. It stimulates the lymphatic system and helps to tone and smooth the skin! When the lymphatic system isn’t working properly, fluid accumulates around cells, which, in some cases, can result in up to fifteen pounds of excess weight. This fluid prevents nutrients from entering cells, depriving them of the nourishment they need. Stagnant fluid that accumulates in your legs can bind to fat cells that become swollen—resulting in cellulite and varicose veins. Your cells get a deep squeeze from all that bouncing, which helps move toxins out. No other exercise that I know of yields the dimple-dashing, cellulite-slashing benefits regular rebounding offers. It is virtually the “excuse-proof exercise” because it can be done anywhere year round. (source.) Plus it’s a super fun way to get a great work out! You can do it in the privacy of your own home while watching your favorite TV show (any Girls fans out there?!). I recommend the Rebound AIR. It’s the best for your bones and joints. It can be a little pricey so some of you may want to get a cheaper version before investing in the ReboundAIR. If you’ve got the funds though, the extra money is definitely worth staying injury free!

5. Sugar free with stevia. Sugar is the devil when it comes to weight loss and cellulite. It’s unfortunate but true. Getting off sugar was one of the best things I ever did for my body. I look and FEEL so much better. My go-to as a sugar replacement is NuNaturals Stevia.  NuNaturals stevia is a pure plant extract, not a chemical. It tastes great and comes in several different forms from liquidspowderflavored steviaquick dissolve tabs, to packets so it’s easy to take with you. I noticed such a HUGE shift in my health when I switched to stevia and reduced my sugar intake. It also helped me clear my skin and lose those last few stubborn pounds that I couldn’t get rid of…yay for clear skin and weight loss!!

6. Real Food. “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” ― Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto Our bodies know how to use and process real food. It doesn’t know how to use or process chemicals, preservatives, additives, dyes, colorings, or flavor enhancers. The result is that these waste products get trapped in our tissue and in our fat cells. Until we stop introducing these non-food intems into our system, we’ll never win the battle against cellulite.

So there you have it, 6 steps to a sexy, smooth, swimsuit ready body! Even just following a few of these steps will help tremendously and will also make you feel better immediately. Our health and weight is closely intertwined. Ultimately the things that make us healthier are also the same things that aid in weight loss and make us more beautiful!

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19 Responses to “How To Get Rid of Cellulite For Good!”

  1. Sally March 6, 2013 at 9:20 pm #

    I got a JumpSport one on Amazon. I have two littles and I really like it because it’s 1. Super quiet. 2. Very springy and fun to bounce on. 3. (and most important to me) has no springs for tiny fingers to get caught in when they are huddled around the bottom while I get a few bounces in.

  2. Sara March 6, 2013 at 9:49 pm #

    Hi Linda! I really love your site and all of your articles. However, hen you said “It’s ugly, annoying, and makes us feel self conscious” about cellulite I had to twinge a bit. I know that having imperfections in our bodies is something we all want to improve on, but calling a part of your body ugly is just not healthy. We should love ourselves no matter where we are at in our journey. Wanting to improve something is great, but not at the expense of trash talking yourself.

    • Linda March 8, 2013 at 3:39 pm #

      Sara, you are TOTALLY right!! Thanks for giving me a loving “calling out”! All bodies are beautiful and as women we should support each other and our amazing bodies, no matter how they look!! xo

      • Sara March 13, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

        Ah Linda thanks so much for replying! You are awesome 🙂

  3. Meg March 7, 2013 at 4:30 am #

    Hey lady, I loved this post! Thinking of getting the lower-end trampoline, but can I ask why you would suggest spending the bucks on the other one–is it really that much better?

    • Linda March 7, 2013 at 11:08 pm #

      Hi Meg,

      It’s a matter of the spring quality and making sure that the impact of the jumping is distributed evenly to prevent back, knee, and ankle injury! If you are going to use it frequently, you want to be sure it’s high quality. Otherwise if it’s something you will only use on occasion, a cheapie will be ok 🙂

  4. Nicole March 7, 2013 at 7:17 pm #

    I don’t really understand what Rebounding is?

    • Linda March 7, 2013 at 10:59 pm #

      jumping on a mini trampoline 🙂

  5. TFP March 8, 2013 at 5:16 am #

    I love your blog, especially as someone who is trying to move toward a healthier lifestyle. I do find it a bit sad when comments are written about being self conscious about wearing a bathing suit is because of cellulite being ugly. Society has told us that, and I shudder for any woman to buy into it. Get healthy, get strong, and if losing some cellulite is part of that happening….bonus! We worry about our bodies not being perfect when we should be embracing ourselves as we are, where we are. Here’s to health and self-love!

    • Linda March 8, 2013 at 3:38 pm #

      I totally 100% AGREE!!!! xo

  6. Sarah March 9, 2013 at 1:55 am #

    Hey Linda,

    Really love your blog and it has inspired me so much to make better choices in my life. I live in Morocco and cannot get my hands on the Breville juicer… so I’m kinda clueless on which kind of juicer to look for really as there’s is european brands here. I’ve been doing the “Cellulite buster” for 3 days now but I’m doing it juicing it the normal way. I hope it’s still okay. Also wanted to ask you if drinking so much fruits (3 oranges) in the morning won’t get my blood sugar to the roof? Thank you! Much love from a far far away country 🙂

    • Linda March 10, 2013 at 4:09 pm #

      Hi Sarah, any juicer should be fine so it’s ok if it’s not a Breville 🙂
      If you are having your juices in the morning on an empty stomach there is no problem with blood sugar.

  7. Carmen June 4, 2013 at 11:31 am #

    Hello. Just wondering, should I drink the entire mixture I just made (came to 24oz) or should I use it for 3 days? Seems like a lot to drink. Also I used fresh ginger and cut about an inch of it and threw it into the blender. Is that the way to do it? Thank you!

    • Linda June 4, 2013 at 6:33 pm #

      you can drink it over a few days 🙂

  8. Lili April 16, 2014 at 2:15 am #

    I know a lot of you have said cellulite is not ugly, but in reality IT IS!!!
    So I thank you so much for posting this great plan for your health, body and mind. It’s much better when we aren’t hesitant about putting on a bikini or a pair of shorts in the summer, or worst not enjoying the pool or beach because we feel bad about cellulite. Yes we should live our bodies in whatever shape we have, but I know you we all are much happier free if cellulite


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