Recent research emerging from Europe confirms that cellulite and other tissue damage is the result of damaged circulation and drainage in the tissues under the skin.
You can learn how to reverse the damage that has caused your cellulite in the instruction manual “NWS’s Guide, How to Get Rid of Cellulite”.
There are many ways that the very delicate microcirculation and lymph drainage vessels under the skin can be damaged. It is certain that free radicals play a role in this damage and it is likely that physical damage or restriction is also involved in starting the cycle of deterioration that results in cellulite. Examples of this physical damage or restriction are: sitting for long periods, wearing tights, over exertion while training, etc.
If either the incoming fresh blood, or the outgoing ‘used’ blood is restricted, free radicals start to build up and oxygen becomes scarce. This causes more damage to the circulation as well as impairing the function of the cells that manage the structure of the connective tissue. These cells are known as fibroblasts and when they malfunction they cause two problems; they weaken of the fibers that hold the fat cells in place and they coat aggregates or clumps of fat cells with impenetrable protein layers that prevent the circulation from reaching these areas.
This process is described in How Cellulite Develops along with how to recognize the state of your cellulite.
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