How to Combat Cellulite with Quantum Biofeedback

by Dr. Violetta Anninou, Ph.D.

Cellulite remains the biggest beauty concern worldwide.
It’s a condition that affects over 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men.There are various causes of cellulite such as hormonal stress, aging, genetic, circulatory stress, hepatic stress, metabolic stress, cellular congestion, lymphatic overload, even constipation.
As women start approaching menopause, estrogen starts decreasing. Usually from 25 to 35 is when you start seeing the appearance of cellulite. Estrogen has an impact on the blood vessels. When estrogen starts to decrease, you lose receptors in blood vessels and thighs, so you have decreased circulation. With decreased circulation you get less oxygen and nutrition to that area, and with that we see a decrease in collagen production.
Cellulite appears as uneven, lumpy ‘orange peel’ deposits deep in the tissue.

2 fundamental truths when it comes to eliminating cellulite:
1. Cellulite can only be fixed from the inside out, and
2. Eliminating cellulite involves specific diet and lifestyle habits

Why Do We Get Cellulite
There is a lot of confusion about what cellulite is and even more confusion about what causes it. Contrary to popular belief, cellulite is NOT fat. Being overweight may make it worse, but skinny people also suffer from it too.
The cells in our skin are held together in a nice, even fibrous mesh. When this mesh is healthy, it’s resilient and firm. Nutrients flow into the cells and waste is removed in a cycle called cellular metabolism. But when this flow of nutrients into and waste out of the cells is disrupted, our cells become congested.
1. Over time, the cells become clogged with waste build-up and also become waterlogged from too much sodium in our diet.
2. The fibrous mesh that keeps the skin firm begins to weaken and overfill, eventually breaking down and causing the tell-tale signs of cellulite.
3. As this breakdown continues, the skin also loses its elasticity, making it more difficult to snap back from cellulite.
Putting it very simply, cellulite is a condition created as a result of cellular congestion.

The Sodium/Potassium Factor
Sodium and potassium are two very important minerals that work closely together to maintain a delicate balance within our cells. This balance makes sure that nutrients are efficiently absorbed by our cells and tissues and waste is removed in a continual cycle. When the potassium/sodium ratio leans heavily towards sodium the health of not only our skin but our entire body begins to degenerate. Too much sodium causes the body to hold on to excess fluids. The ratio of sodium to potassium is thrown off-balance and waste cannot be effectively removed.
When we eat a diet high in sodium and low in potassium, it contributes directly to cellular congestion. Low levels of potassium also cause us to feel tired and irritable. Over time, a potassium deficiency caused by too much salt in our diet can cause more serious problems as the muscles, valves, and arteries of the cardiovascular system adapt by shrinking and calcifying tissue. A long-term potential health condition is congestive heart failure.
Lymphatic congestion and cellular waste also contributes to cellulite. With Quantum Biofeedback we can reduce the stress on the lymphatic system
Detecting the toxic stress with the Homotoxicology program in Quantum Biofeedback from our organs, tissues and cells we can help prevent cellular congestion and from disease settling in. Toxicity lowers our energy level and contributes to fatigue.We literally become “devitalized.”

Oxygenation Program of Quantum Biofeedback
We not only strengthen our entire circulatory system, but we also increase the flow of oxygenation of every single cell in our entire body and revitalize our tissues to reduce the appearance of cellulite
Find out what blocks yourmetabolism and reduce the stress in your hormones with Quantum Biofeedback

Hormonal factors and age
Hormones likely play an important role in cellulite development. Estrogen, insulin, noradrenaline, thyroid hormones, and prolactin are part of the cellulite production process. As estrogen in women decreases as we age, blood flow to the connective tissue under the skin also decreases.
Lower circulation means less oxygen in the area, resulting in lower collagen production. Fat cells also enlarge as estrogen levels fall.
These factors combine to makes the fat deposits more visible. As the fat under the skin protrudes through weakening connective tissue, this familiar dimpling effect results.
causes the skin to becomes less elastic, thinner, and more likely to sagand thus increases the chances of cellulite developing.

Genetic factors
Certain genes are required for cellulite development. Genetic factors can be linked to a person’s speed of metabolism, distribution of fat under the skin, ethnicity, and circulatory levels. These can affect the chance of cellulite developing.
With Quantum Biofeedback Computerized Integrative Quantum Medicine Methodology you can evaluate the cause of your cellulite and address it successfully.

 

Dr. Violetta Anninou, Ph.D.

Diplomate and Board Certified in Quantum Biofeedback, Quantum Academies, Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A (Mentoring Worldwide)
Molecular Biologist with HONORS, University of Delaware, U.S.A.
Holds two doctorates:
1. Holistic Nutrition, Highest Honors, U.S.A.
2. Medical Board Certified Biofeedback Doctorate

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