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5 Highly Effective Ways to Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite (193 hits)

Cellulite is a common skin condition that involves an appearance of bulges and dimples on certain areas of the body including the hips, buttocks, and thighs.

Women are mostly affected by cellulite and it is closely linked to factors like genetics, hormonal levels, and lifestyle. In many cases, the appearance of #cellulite can be reduced or even prevented with persistent exercise and a targeted diet.

If you are burdened with cellulite, here are some of the most effective eating strategies for reducing its appearance.

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Posted By: Dr. Nina Cherie Franklin
Tuesday, June 6th 2017 at 9:08PM
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