Does Drinking Water and Exercising Help Reduce Cellulite?

Cellulite fat is not different from fat on the rest of the body. But why and how it accumulates differently than other fat on your body is not known. The main problem of cellulite is not as much the accumulation of fat but how your skin does not hold back the bulging fat deposits that result in cellulite. If simply drinking water could change skin structure and reduce fat cells, then nobody would have cellulite. Research shows water consumption has no impact on fat anywhere on your body, let alone on fat cells causing your cellulite. Exercising cannot help at all. Exercise does not improve skin structure and it cannot affect localized areas of fat. Actually, you have probably seen many slim and fit women with plenty of cellulite.

Physiologically, women are prone to accumulating fat on their thighs and hips. Plus, for women, the connective tissue beneath the skin has more stretch and is vulnerable to disruption, which is the perfect environment for developing cellulite. Arguments for high water intake are generally based on the assumption that because our bodies consist mostly of water (50-70% of body weight, about forty-two liters) and our blood, muscles, brain, and bones are made up mainly of water (85%, 80%, 75%, and 25%, respectively), we therefore need at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water each day. But assumptions are not science, and this one is silly; it is similar to arguing that since our cars run on gasoline, they always need a full tank to run efficiently.

The best way to attack cellulite is to get to the very problem: the fat cells and the structures responsible holding them in place. The ingredients found in Be-Thin Fat Cell Reducing Formula does just that. These maximum strength natural compounds are scientifically formulated to cross your skin barrier and go to the deepest cell layers.  Be-Thin Fat Cell Reducing Formula  will penetrate deep into your skin and shrink fat cells, and simultaneously make the structural changes needed to eliminate the appearance of cellulite on your skin’s surface.

Role of Hydration & Dieting in Reducing Cellulite

Most doctors will agree that good health all comes down to the role of hydration. General body hydration is not only necessary but it helps prevent many maladies and unwanted conditions. Unfortunately, cellulite is not one of them.

There’s lots of speculation about how hydration affects cellulite but there’s no actual research supporting it. Further, fat cells actually contain only about 10% water, so claiming to eliminate excess water ALONE won’t make a difference. It’s true that water retention can make you look bloated and feel like you’ve gained weight, but water it-self doesn’t impact fat or the appearance of cellulite. Likewise, eating a specialized diet cannot help with cellulite because weight in and of itself is not a cause of cellulite: dieting will not help you to reduce cellulite.

Treating cellulite is best done by attacking it at the very core: the fat cells and the structures responsible holding them in place. Be-Thin Fat Cell Reducing Formula will diminish the appearance of cellulite.

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