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The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Oct 20, 2021

Discover what causes cellulite and how to get rid of cellulite naturally and FAST! Whether you have cellulite on your butt, thighs, hips and/or stomach, these 5 methods will be HIGHLY effective for cellulite removal. Related Videos: How to Get Rid of Loose Flabby Skin after Weight Loss (5 Simple Steps):

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 Studies & References:

Cellulite’s aetiology: a review (De la Casa et al. 2012)

The pathogenesis of cellulite: a new concept (Pugliese 2007)

Cellulite: a review of its physiology and treatment (Avram 2004)

The disease of cellulite (Draelos 2005)

Fasting and its impact on skin anatomy, physiology, and physiopathology: a comprehensive review of the literature (Bragazzi et al. 2019)

Caloric restriction decreases age-dependent accumulation of the glycoxidation products, nisin-(carboxymethyl)lysine and pentosidine, in rat skin collagen (Cefalu et al. 1995)

  • Animal study; caloric restriction resulted in rats resulted in a significant decrease of glycation of hemoglobin, plasma proteins, and skin collagen (skin aging is characterized by decreased collagen levels)

Caloric restriction promotes structural and metabolic changes in the skin (Forni et al. 2017)

  • Animal study; caloric restriction has an impact on stem cells, metabolic processes, and thermoregulation in mice

Autophagy and skin:

More than skin deep: Autophagy is vital for skin barrier function (Sil et al. 2018)

Not cellulite specific, but may be useful article for future topics or general skin health and fasting/autophagy

Dietary supplementation with specific collagen peptides has body mass index-dependent beneficial effect on cellulite morphology (Schunck et al. 2015)

Oral supplementation of specific collagen peptides has beneficial effects on human skin physiology: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study. (Proksch et al. 2014)

  • Oral intake of collagen hydrolysate significantly improved skin elasticity (important marker of skin aging)

Skin aging and elasticity in relation to cellulite:

Skin Aging and Cellulite in Women (Lorencini et al. 2015)

  • Tendency of cellulite to worsen with age and laxity (or loss of elasticity) as an aggravating factor

Cellulite: a cosmetic or systemic issue? Contemporary views on the etiopathogenesis of cellulite (Tokarska et al. 2018)

Adiponectin expression in subcutaneous adipose tissue is reduced in women with cellulite (Emanuele et al. 2011)

  • More thorough explanation of adiponectin in relation to cellulite; levels of adiponectin in the subcutaneous adipose tissue of the gluteal region (though not overall plasma levels) were reduced in women with cellulite
  • Impaired secretion of adiponectin in subcutaneous fat may contribute to cellulite; adiponectin down-regulated by increased fat mass

Other adiponectin articles:

Improving adiponectin levels in individuals with diabetes and obesity: insights from Look AHEAD (Belalcazar et al. 2015)

Improvement of adiponectin levels in both men and women occurred with weight loss and improved fitness

Cellulite in menopause (Leszko 2014)

Evaluation of the effects of caffeine in the microcirculation and edema on thighs and buttocks using the orthogonal polarization spectral imaging and clinical parameters (Lupi et al. 2007)

Acute effects of coffee on skin blood flow and microvascular function (Tesselaar et al. 2017)

Cellulite: nature and aetiopathogenesis (Terranova et al. 2006)

Cryolipolysis and skin tightening (Carruthers et al. 2014) 

  • Improvement of cellulite for patients undergoing cryolipolysis (minimally invasive treatment)

[Note: Perhaps reaching, but cold therapy (i.e. ice baths, cold showers, etc.) as a potential remedy?]

Weight Loss:

Effect of weight loss on cellulite: gynoid lypodystrophy (Smalls et al. 2006)

  • For most study participants, weight loss resulted in an improvement of cellulite, however there was a bimodal distribution (some individuals experienced worsening of cellulite with weight loss)
  • Cellulite reduction associated with significant reduction in % subcutaneous thigh fat

Individuals who experienced worsened cellulite had significant increases in compliance (skin looseness) upon weight loss


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Brief section on anti-cellulite products discusses the potential of certain algal products to reduce the appearance of cellulite, improve lipolysis mechanisms, and stimulate collagen production

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