Drinking fresh juice that contains the right nutrients can help smooth away cellulite and speed up fat burning in your body. Watch out for the food you put into your month. A nutritional and balanced diet destroys that toxic build-up that results in cellulite and helps you reach your lifestyle goals. First things first, let’s talk about cellulite —- why we have it, and how to deal with it.
The Truth About Cellulite
Cellulite is basically a combination of excess fat and body toxins lying beneath the surface of the skin. It’s important to understand that cellulite is always a manifestation of the wrong kind of lifestyle for health and beauty: eating wrongly (or too much), living under prolonged stress, hormonal imbalances, being exposed to too many pollutants, and all the other things that we often assume we can get away with, but never really do. To put it simply, cellulite is a pollution problem, and there are treatments that help and that you can Getting Rid of Cellulite or reduce it.
Watch what you eat.
Diet to Reduce Cellulite:
There is SO MUCH you can do to remove this stuff! No expensive creams, invasive treatments or miserable diets will help. If you really want to once and for all get rid of cellulite, you will need to forever exclude from your diet the following products:
- Greasy and highly processed food – elevates cholesterol, slows the metabolism and causes cellulite.
- Salt and heavily salted products – water retention in the body, and this, in turn, favours the accumulation of toxins in tissues.
- Sweets, white bread – accelerates the deposition of fat.
- Fast food – contain animal fats, which are responsible for the accumulation of body fat.
- Coffee – promotes fluid retention in the body and the accumulation of toxins. Get your monthly subscription from Coffee Gems.
The goal is to ALKALIZE, DETOX, and REJUVENATE
According to experts on belly fat burning foods, a diet rich in fresh, organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts and seeds is a powerful way to destroy that toxic build-up that is the cause of cellulite and other more serious health issues. After you develop a healthy nutritional lifestyle – loaded with living plant-based foods – the fat will just melt off. So, join us today as we flush those ugly invaders with this potent Cellulite Removing & Fat Burning Juice.
This Delicious Cellulite Removing Juice Contains:
- Skin Strengthening Foods:
- Blood Flow Boosting Foods:
- Diuretic Foods:
And it tastes AMAZING!
Okay… Let’s start juicing! This lively, zesty juice will instantly wake you and your senses up – making this an excellent breakfast juice.
Cellulite Removing & Fat Burning Juice
- 2 Grapefruits
- 2 Oranges
- 1 Lemon
- 10 Stalks Celery
- Bunch of Fresh kale 16-20 Large Leaves
- Piece of Ginger you be the judge on how much to use
- Cut the tops and bottoms of the grapefruits. Then get a sharp knife and cut around the edges to peel off the skin. Do your best not to cut the white pith away – as it contains a ton of nutrients. Do the same with the oranges and lemon. (**You don’t need to peel the lemon if it’s organic and you own a high-quality juicer)
- Feed the ingredients into the juicer starting with kale, then celery, then grapefruit, oranges, ginger and then lemon.
- Stir the juice and serve!
- Best served fresh.
PS. If you are into clean eating and nourishing your body with raw living foods you might want to also try these nourishing juice recipes Iron-Rich Green Juice, Red Detox Juice and Liver Cleansing Juice.
PPS. If you try this recipe, let us know! Leave a comment, Pin for later, and don’t forget to tag a photo #avrecipes on Instagram. Everybody needs to eat better so share this with your people. ❤
Dedicated To Your Health & Wellness,
I just found this recipe and sounds delicious. I have blended and juicer and I wonder would it be better make it as a smoothie or juice. Which one is better and what is the difference?
Hi Duska, thank you for your comment. As per your question: JUICER or BLENDER?
A juicer extracts the juice from the fibers of the fruits and vegetables whereas a blender simply ‘chops’ the whole fruit/veg fiber into a sort of ‘mush’.
Increasing fruit and vegetable intake as part of a whole food, plant-based diet will help support your health on many different levels. With juicing you consume multiple servings of fruits and vegetables without even realizing it. Cold-pressed organic fruit, and vegetable juices have been proven to provide higher levels of vitamins, minerals and nutrients than smoothies. Juicing is a process which extracts water and nutrients from produce and discards the fiber. Without the fiber, the digestive system doesn’t have to work as hard to break down the food and can absorb the nutrients. It makes the nutrients more readily available to the body in much larger quantities. The resulting juice becomes a very concentrated source of micronutrients – vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals.
So for this recipe, I would suggest using your juicer. For smoothie recipe ideas you can go here: https://activevegetarian.com/category/recipes/smoothies-recipes/
can i use a nutri buillet instead of a juicer? like does it also work if you blend them?
There is a difference between blending and juicing. In this recipe you want to use a juicer to extract the juices from vegetables. As an alternative you can use a Nutribullet and add filtered water to the ingredients, bled it all up and strain the pulp using a cheesecloth or nut milk bag. Drink the liquid and discard the pulp.
Can you please recommend a substitute for the celery in this cellulite juice? The celery flavor does not agree with me.
Cucumber, however celery has incredible benefits if you can get over the initial flavour.
I appreciate the substitution suggestion on the grapefruit. Those on cholesteral medication cannot consume grapefruit. It negates the medication.
Thanks for the message John! We would never want to interfere with someone’s pre-existing conditions with what we offer, that’s why it’s always best to consult your trusted physician – as we are not doctors. Hope your summer is going well!
Hello, I am wondering if you have this juice recipe with a grapefruit alternative.
You could substitute it with Pomelo, grapefruit would be ideal for breaking down the fat tissue deposits – however, we understand the taste is not for everyone.
I am searching a fat burning juice article for my mom. Thanks for sharing this article.
Glad you found it, we hope you find it helpful!
Do you Re one find friends king in the morning or through out the day
are you asking “do you recommend drinking in the morning or throughout the day?”
if so… drink anytime preferably in the morning on an empty stomach.
I can’t wait to try this! What could I replace the kale with? For some reason kale repeats horribly on me!
Great question Laura, you can definitely substitute it with something else. Another leafy green would be great, something like collard greens, swiss chard or romaine lettuce. Hope that helps and you enjoy the refreshing juice!
I saw your article right now and I’m going to try this recipe. I have just a question if I make this juice with half of the ingredients (for instance, 1 grapefruit, 1 orange etc.) is it going to work as well? Or do I need to make the juice exactly like that?
Thanks in advance
Great question! For sure you can cut the recipe in half and see if it’s enough of a serving for you. We find that if we are getting the juicer out and gonna get it dirty – we like to make it worth while and usually make a big serving of juice. You can always put any extra juice in a glass jar (be sure to leave a little room at the top) and freeze it. This helps keep it from oxidizing and losing it’s nutrients.
Hope that helps! Let us know how you like the juice 🙂 Also, just remember you can’t really go wrong with juicing, the combination of certain things can provide specific support to various ailments, illnesses and so forth – but all fresh juice is beneficial and healthy!
how often should you drink the juice to get best results?
Fresh juice every day is great! Of course, on top of that your lifestyle choices are also a large contributing factor – negative or positive. Daily movement, fresh air, nature, healthy whole plant-based foods, hydration… these are a few of the common things that help support detoxification – as well as leading a stress-free life.
How often should you have this juice ? I’m just wondering as the high celery amount this can also flush out hood with the bad ?
We would say a 10-12 oz glass every day (or every other day) and as your body gets more accustomed to it you can slowly increase it to 24oz.
Enjoying a glass of celery juice in the morning or in the afternoon (between meals) has a soothing and comforting effect on the body and it normalizes the body temperature, especially during hot months. As per your concern about too much celery, this juice contains a great amount of sodium – one of the important elements for eliminating carbon dioxide from the body. Deficiency of natural sodium could lead to lung issues (esp. important for people living/working in polluted environments ie.city) celery juice is also high in iron and magnesium – this combo feeds the blood and nourishes the nervous system.
These are really just a few of the amazing benefits of celery juice ;P
I tried this recipe this morning after searching for a celery juice recipe. The juice turned out great! Thank you! The only thing is that it made for 24oz – a bit too much for me in one sitting. How long will this be able to save in the fridge? Hopefully today, tomorrow, and just the following day…
Hello Micha! So happy to hear you enjoyed the juice 🙂 Freshly made juices are best consumed within the first 15 minutes of making them. The nutrients slowly diminish due to oxidization. However we do live in a world of convenience and meal prep helps that… so to preserve any leftover juice – store it in a dark glass bottle with a tight lid in the fridge for up to 3 days. Just to note, if you are using the juice as a meal (say for breakfast) – 24oz is an ideal amount.