All berries, dark green or red vegetables, decaf green tea, decaf coffee, decaf tea, and cocoa (without sugar) all help with cellulite as they contain polyphenols, important anti-cellulite ingredients.
I could go on explaining the biochemistry of how each of them helps in their own way, but the answer is very simple: eat as much of the above as you can, and you will see your cellulite improving in a few weeks!
Cellulite is not just fat or a result of weight gain that you can easily shed through diet and exercise. Cellulite is an unhealthy tissue in which the circulation of blood and lymph and the structure of collagen fibres have been disrupted. As a result, fat cells become visible on the skin surface and toxins are easily trapped in these cells. First of all, concentrate on reducing body fat and then on increasing the strength of the skin and the collagen.
A low-fat balanced diet, correct skincare regimen, detoxification of your body, especially the liver and exercise help to increase the circulation of the lymph and blood systems which in turn will help in reducing cellulite. Concentrate on the good oils (salmon, trout, sardines, mackerel, avocados, nuts, seeds, extra virgin olive oil) as these help your body to deal with unwanted fatty deposits. Fruits and vegetables such as asparagus, avocados, bananas, broccoli, and pears are good for reducing cellulite. Include extra onions in your diet because they release the excess water from the skin cells. You can also eat rye or wholegrain bread, brown rice, oats and other grains high in fibre because they work as a brush for your system and will help to detoxify it. Start to grill, steam or boil foods instead of frying them and drink plenty of filtered water and lemon juice every day to promote detoxification. You can also consider supplements like: Ginkgo Biloba that increases the microcirculation to skin and fat cells and Green Tea that help in the repair of skin cells.