Whole Food Plant-Based Diet and Cellulite

Are you aware that 80-90% of adult women have some degree of cellulite? Unsightly cellulite is something many women have fretted about and fought against forever without success. Cellulite, can however be reduced or eliminated simply by eating the right food.

A whole food plant-based diet reduces cellulite through three mechanisms: Reducing total body fat, reducing the chemical spermine, and increasing levels of the hormone adiponectin.

Studies have indicated that some top sources of spermine are found in the Standard American diet. They are ground meat, deli meat, American and cheddar cheese, and surprisingly green peas. Green peas are not a food item I would omit entirely, however, as they are included in the legume family and are very nutritious in many other ways.

Studies show that adiponectin levels are high in women without visible cellulite. A diet that consists of increased consumption of fruits and vegetables and rich plant sources of dietary antioxidants has shown to increase adiponectin levels. By simply switching to a vegetarian diet from the SAD, you increase adiponectin by about 19 percent.

From thousands of personal testimonies, cellulite absolutely and quckly disappears for those who embark on a high-level whole food plant-based diet.

A meat-free, egg-free, nondairy diet consisting of grains, vegetables, legumes, fruit, nuts, and seeds has proven time and time again to decrease or eliminate cellulite.

Whole Food Plant-Based Diet and Cellulite

Whole Plant Based Food Can Dramatically Reduce Cellulite


This powerful detoxifier is packed with bioflavonoids, vitamins E, K, and C, which not only strengthen connective tissue and capillaries but are also powerful antioxidants. Polyphenols in cabbage act as anti-inflammatory agents and decrease cellulite.


Soy milk often has roughly 45% more calcium than animal milk and is very popular among plant based eaters. Along with being high in potassium, vitamin B, zinc, Omega 3, and minerals, it is also rich in protein. The health benefits of soy are numerous despite what misconceptions you may have heard.

Sunflower Seeds-

Sunflower seeds contain vitamin B6, zinc, potassium, Vitamin E, and calcium. They absorb protein giving strength to connective tissue, reduce water retention, and help prevent cellulite formation.

Dark Chocolate-

The good news is that you can enjoy a healthy dark chocolate. Natural cocoa contains antioxidants that break down fat deposition, improve cell function, and reduce cellulite by metabolizing fat.


A mixture of sesame seeds, chickpeas, lemon, and garlic helps to minimize blood glucose levels, resulting in lower insulin requirements. ‘Low glycemic’ food readily energizes the body and decreases cellulite.