Cellulite basics - coining the word cellulite

Cellulite has actually only been in vogue since 1973, when the word was coined by Nicole Ronsard, the owner of a New York beauty salon, to describe that dire combination of fat, water and toxins.

Nicole Ronsard is an author of many books that may lead you through your cellulite battle. Here are some of them:

Beyond Cellulite: Nicole Ronsard's Ultimate Strategy to Slim, Firm and Reshape Your Lower Body, by Nicole Ronsard

From Library Journal
Ronsard's first book on cellulite ( Cellulite: Those Lumps, Bumps, & Bulges You Couldn't Lose Before , 1973) became a bestseller nearly 20 years ago. Here Ronsard updates her original work with a holistic approach to total body health that will, she says, eliminate cellulite as well. Her regimen includes sensible eating and exercise that will benefit anyone. She pushes fruits, vegetables, and grains, advising us to reduce fats and sugars. Several recipes are included. Directions for toning exercises supplement her recommendation for regular aerobic workouts. The controversial massage and brushing techniques for lymphatic circulation and tissue mineral balancing may not actually break up the lumps and bumps, but they feel good and are harmless. If it works, do it. Bathing suit season is coming! Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 11/1/91.
- Susan B. Hagloch, Tuscarawas Cty.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Cellulite: Those Lumps, Bumps and Bulges You Couldn't Lose Before, by Nicole Ronsard
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