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4 ways your body blocks weight loss. If you’ve tried everything and can’t lose weight, you might think that it’s almost as if your body is preventing it from happening. In fact, there are several types of physiological obstacles that can do just that. Find out what they are and how you can take steps to restore balance and finally lose weight.

Why am I not losing weight? by Dr. Mary James. What’s preventing your weight loss? Three reasons you’re not losing weight and the truth about losing weight and keeping it off.

5 steps to detox for weight loss in menopause. One of the lesser-known culprits in menopause weight gain is toxicity. Your body already has efficient systems for detoxing and removing toxins, but your diet and lifestyle may be interfering with these natural processes. Help your body detox by learning more.

Weight loss for women after 40 — is it even possible? Weight gain for women after 40 may seem mysterious but there are good reasons it happens. Your body has changed over the years and it’s still transforming. Working with these changes can make active weight loss possible. Find out more now.

Weight loss resistance and how to overcome it. Most women over age 35 who struggle relentlessly with their weight are dealing with a systemic imbalance that is physiologically blocking weight loss, also known as weight loss resistance.

4 Diet mistakes you can fix easily. Are you accidentally disrupting your body’s natural ability to lose weight? Scan these common diet mistakes and see how easy it can be to fix them so you can get on track for better weight loss.

Lose belly fat in five steps, reviewed by Dr. Sarika Arora, MD. Few types of weight gain are as distressing as belly fat. This popular article reveals three of the main root causes of belly fat accumulation and tells you how to resolve them. A must read for anyone trying to lose weight around the middle.

Food cravings — You have more control than you think, by Dr. Mary James, ND. Food cravings aren’t just frustrating. They also contribute to weight gain and depression. Your food cravings aren’t simply a matter of self-control — they also have a very physical basis. Find out what you can do to stop your killer cravings.

The best diets for women - what works for weight loss, by Dr. Sarika Arora. There are loads of popular diets to choose from, but what really works for weight loss? Dr. Arora explores pros and cons of each diet and shares her opinion.

Could leptin resistance be keeping you from weight loss? A big part of weight loss has to do with the messages sent by the hormones leptin that regulates body weight and metabolism by influencing hunger and that “I’m full” feeling you get when you’ve had enough to eat. Learn how to know if leptin levels are out of balance in your body.

Are your healthy habits causing weight gain? If you’re trying hard to slim down make sure you take a look at these 3 common “healthy habits” that can interfere with weight loss.

What is set point weight? Have you ever felt like you’re working against your genes while trying to lose weight? It’s true that we all have a set point weight, but it can shift with your help.

Weight loss and adrenal imbalance. You’ve heard of stress weight, but is it real? Learn about the major hormone released during stress, how it affects your body and what you can do to stop it.

Hormonal Imbalance and weight loss resistance. Did you know that belly fat can make estrogen? No wonder your body wants to hold onto more belly fat during perimenopause and menopause. Here’s how it works and what you can do.

Neurotransmitter imbalance and weight loss resistance. You may never have guessed that serotonin is connected to weight loss and fierce cravings. Learn how neurotransmitters affect your weight and what you can do to rebalance them.

Thyroid imbalance and weight loss resistance. Low thyroid is a well-known cause for weight gain. This article explains why and gives you answers about how to stop thyroid weight gain for good.

How to stop emotional eating. Everyone has certain emotional associations with food, and so much of our emotional attachment to food is cultural and familial. Learning to recognize the associations your emotions have with your eating patterns is a great first step to dealing with your emotional eating.

Body Mass Index (BMI). Women's Health Network explains the Body Mass Index measurement and how it can be used to help you reach a healthy weight.

High stress = more cravings and weight gain. We’ve got to move past blaming cravings on women’s lack of willpower, when the fact is that cravings are often triggered by stress-induced hormonal imbalance.