Toxic Fat

It’s not just another fat. Simply put, cellulite is irregular fat deposits. Essentially, this fat is trapped within connective tissues and the affected areas are full of fluid, toxins, lymph, and waste. These dimples and bumps are usually found on the thighs, hips, and buttocks, and most of us aren’t very happy about them. Infuriatingly, many dieters find that no matter how hard they work at weight loss, exercise, and strict diet, this stuff sticks to the thighs like caramel on an apple — even when they’ve dropped down a size or two.

Screen Shot 2016-01-05 at 8.53.46 PMBecause it’s quite different from your garden-variety kind of pudge, cellulite has to be tackled in a unique way. Cellulite is associated with poorly functioning blood vessels, constipation, poor lymphatic drainage, and toxicity. If blood vessels are weak and sluggish, toxins will accumulate quickly, making it difficult for the body to burn fat in the affected areas. Constipation contributes to cellulite because it causes wastes and toxins to remain in the body rather than being eliminated. A sluggish, poor-functioning colon means that toxic wastes are not eliminated, and this affects the efficiency of organs such as the liver and kidneys.

Consuming sugar, refined salt (sodium chloride), caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, unhealthy fats and oils, and refined carbohydrates is taxing on your systems of elimination. This makes it much harder for your body to eliminate waste — and far easier for fat to get stored as cellulite. Some experts believe it’s toxins that cause this fat to become trapped and held in one spot in the first place.

This kind of fat can’t be eradicated just by eating healthy foods or by exercise. Though creams, lotions, or lymphatic drainage massage may help a little, they will not wipe away the lumps. You can rub, massage, and wrap this fat in seaweed every day of your life, but this stuff is not going to disappear unless you cleanse your body, especially your colon and liver, and improve your circulation and metabolism, get your lymph moving, and nourish your body from within. One particular exercise machine known as a lymphasizer [swing machine] is particularly helpful. Also, as you boost your metabolism, your circulatory and lymphatic systems will work better, and you’ll increase your chances of shifting the bulges.

Changing your diet and detoxifying your body is key to eradicating cellulite. I know firsthand. You’ve got to flush out the toxins — plain and simple. It’s also important to nourish and condition the areas affected in order to strengthen blood vessels and tissues and step up circulation. When toxins are removed and blood vessels and surrounding tissues are nourished, then it is possible for the fat to be used as energy. Your thighs don’t have to look like a pitted golf ball any longer, and you can be trimmer and sleeker with the help of the cleansing programs.

  • Prescription drugs
  • Additives from refined foods
  • Aluminum and mercury from vaccines
  • Mercury from amalgam fillings
  • Biotoxins from mold or fungus
  • Environmental toxins from paint, carpets, new furniture
  • Home cleaning products like oven cleaners and toilet bowl cleaners
  • Polishes for furniture and floors • Air fresheners (sprays/solids)
  • Antibacterial cleaners and soaps
  • Dry-cleaning products
  • Carpet and upholstery cleaners
When the major organs of elimination — intestinal tract, liver, and kidneys — are not working properly, your blood gets congested with chemical toxins, poisons, and other undesirable waste products.

If these organs are clean and working efficiently, toxins will be filtered out and removed. When they remain in the body, they cause symptoms of toxic overload. These symptoms are many and varied, and they affect people in different ways, depending on genetic makeup, weaknesses in certain organs, strength of the immune system, and emotional and mental states.

For example, impure blood circulating through the brain can cause mental and emotional distress, depression, anxiety, and neurological diseases.

  • Lack of energy and fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Aches and pains
  • Headaches
  • Weight gain
  • Inability to lose weight
  • Irritability
  • Emotional and mental problems
  • Constipation
  • Acid reflux
  • Bloating and gas
  • Indigestion
  • Sinus problems
  • Cellulite
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Restlessness
  • Stressful feelings
  • Dizziness
  • Visual problems
  • Skin problems
  • Arthritis
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Premature aging
  • Weight loss
  • Cellulite reduction
  • Increased energy
  • Fewer wrinkles and age spots
  • Improved immune function
  • Blood purification
  • Neutralization and elimination of free radicals and other toxins
  • Optimal digestive function
  • Reduced cravings (e.g., sugar, salt, junk foods, alcohol, and nicotine)


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