Oily fish such as salmon can help prevent or reduce the appearance of cellulite. Salmon is a rich source of essential fats called omega 3. These healthy fats have a structural effect and ensure stability of all cell membranes in the body.
Collagen is a protein that helps give skin strength and elasticity, so eating enough protein is important — and eggs are one of the best natural sources of this essential nutrient. Eggs are also a rich source of the amino acids proline and lysine, which are important for the formation of all types of collagen.
These are packed with antioxidants that hunt down free radicals —produced by the effects of UV rays and pollution — which are known to damage collagen and contribute to the development of cellulite. Try having berries with Greek yogurt for breakfast.
This spice has been shown to boost metabolism and circulation. It is thought that a sluggish circulation could play a role in the formation of cellulite, so use cayenne to spice up your chilli and curry.
Also known as linseeds, these are rich in lignins, a type of phytoestrogen, which can control oestrogen levels in the body and boost collagen growth.
A tablespoon of ground flaxseeds added to your diet each day could help with weight loss and reduce the appearance of cellulite. Sprinkle on your breakfast cereal or porridge, or add them to a smoothie.