I am not a medical expert but from my understanding, cellulite is a persistent subcutaneous fat causing dimpling of the skin, especially on women's hips and thighs. Generally cellulites can occur from hereditary, genetics, dietary, lifestyle, or even the clothing you wear. Almost every woman has some form of cellulite, so it's definitely nothing to be too ashamed about.
Can the food we eat or our lifestyle in general increase or decrease cellulite?
Absolutely! Not having the right kind of diet can influence the increase of cellulite. Great examples are having too much salt or carbohydrates.
Yes. I do have that problem. They however reduced when I maintained a clean diet. I removed starchy carbs and sugar from my diet and paired that with a good weight training program. After all, you need muscles to burn fat. The more muscles you have, the better chances you have in reducing cellulite. Do not skip your weight training girls! And don't worry, it will not make you bulky.
A weight training routine called HIIT works for me. Having said that, it is still important to keep track of your nutrition intake. You can work your butt off in the gym and still not see much difference if your nutrition intake is not at the right level. So balancing it out is important. Eat well, work out frequently, and you'll see results.
Do you think that women should worry about developing cellulite?
I believe that women should be more concerned about being healthy and strong. Everyone has cellulite and that includes celebrities like Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez. Being conscious over cellulite will only cause unnecessary stress which ladies do not need. We have bigger things to worry about--like what outfit to wear! That was a joke!