It is a rare woman who doesn’t notice a bit of extra weight at menopause but what causes it and what can you do about it?
For weight loss that is long-term and lasting then this diet might be the answer, and it is heart-healthy too.
Could losing weight really be as easy as eliminating some foods and increasing others? US research seems to indicate it can.
There are three major health risks for women, and some simple changes will help reduce that and improve your health.
Many women at menopause can suffer from an under-active thyroid and it often goes undiagnosed. Progesterone supports thyroid function and can help you lose weight.
Being stressed doesn’t just affect your emotions and mood, it can seriously impact your hormones as well so that you gain weight – and can find it hard to lose it.
Diabetes is increasing generally in the population and weight gain at menopause can be a factor. If you are diabetic pre-menopause it can make things worse and there are ways to help reduce the risk for everyone.
So with the prospect of summer ahead, your diet usually includes healthier, lighter food. Some simple changes could make a lot of difference to your weight.
Night time is critical to help your body lose weight, and bioidentical progesterone is number one to do that, but the others might surprise you.
Despite what you may think chocolate has many health benefits, including staying slim, so let’s see what they are.