The average American uses about a third of the cellulite they’re supposed to, according to a new study.
The study found that Americans use about one in 10 times more cellulite than they’re meant to.
Celite is a term that refers to excess fat and can be defined as excess fat accumulation, especially in the abdominal area.
It is also known as fat around the waistline and is a sign of obesity and poor metabolism.
This type of fat is known to cause a range of health problems, including increased risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis and joint pain.
As a result, Americans are becoming more aware of cellulite and using it less.
In the new study, researchers asked 1,300 adults to estimate their body mass index (BMI), which is a measure of body fatness.
A participant who was considered obese was given a digital scale that showed the number of pounds of fat on a single scale.
If the participant’s BMI was between 25 and 29.9, they were given the opportunity to answer “yes” or “no” to two questions about their body fat percentage.
Results showed that a third or more of Americans underestimated their body weight.
According to the report, the majority of the obese participants said that their BMI was less than 30.
Even though their BMI is typically over 30, the vast majority of obese people overestimated their body size.
More than half of obese Americans also said they had less than 5 percent cellulite, with another 15 percent having 5 percent or less.