This Drink Is Why Your Cellulite Isn't Improving

Hallie Gould
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Cellulite—more than 85% of women have it. So you're not alone, and there's no reason to beat yourself up about it. However, I do think it's possible to love and accept your body while still making healthy choices to improve it. Case in point: It's time to cut out soda (for many reasons, but cellulite is one of them). 

As your body ages, it begins to produce less collagen. According to Eat This, Not That!, the protein supports the appearance of smooth, un-dimpled skin, and, unfortunately, sugary, processed drinks and sodas accelerate the slowdown of collagen production. Therefore, it keeps your cellulite from improving (even if you're working out and applying Perricone MD's Cold Plasma Body Cream, $160). FYI: Fruit juice is second on the list, according to Harvard researchers

Instead, try springing for a coconut water or soda water water to quench your thirst. They taste delicious and contain so much less sugar.  

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