14 Sep How to fight, at the table, localized fat deposits on the legs?
Having slim legs is every woman’s dream. Unfortunately, due to incorrect eating habits, we often find ourselves having to fight with accumulations of fat on the thighs and beyond.
What can we do to improve the condition?
First, it is important to intervene with a diet aimed at weight loss and with moderate physical activity, helping us, in parallel, with aesthetic or medical treatments, which can work miracles.
Foods that help drain
To have slender legs, you must follow a diet rich in draining foods, antioxidants, and above all minerals such as potassium, a very useful element for draining liquids and reducing swelling.
We can find it in foods such as peaches, bananas, tomatoes, apricots, watermelons, melons, spinach, artichokes, beets, and pumpkin.
Infusions are useful (to effectively drain waste and toxins), especially those based on fennel, green tea, ginger and nettle to be consumed, unsweetened, both hot and cold (excellent to take with you in the summer season).
Also fundamental are the antioxidants present in large quantities in blackberries, mangoes, pink grapefruit, pomegranate and blueberries: powerful compounds capable of improving blood circulation.
In addition to physical activity and proper nutrition, professional aesthetics, and aesthetic medicine, in recent years, have developed various effective treatments to reduce localized adiposity; at the same time, the analysis technology has also evolved which, thanks to contact thermography, has made it possible to examine and classify these problems in the best possible way.
Thermographic analysis, through the use of a special microencapsulated liquid crystal plate, allows to have a high-definition color image, which reflects the situation of the underlying tissues: in this way, it is possible to distinguish the soft adiposity from the hardened one, as well as being able to classify cellulite in one of its four stages (absent, edematous, fibrous, sclerotic).
Given its very high sensitivity, it is possible to move in a preventive perspective, as the system can show the very first accumulations when still not visible to the naked eye or detectable on palpation. We are therefore talking about an analysis that is free of contraindications, non-invasive, and can be performed by anyone in an easy, fast and comfortable way.