Why is it so hard for women to lose weight? Turns out,
there are a lot of good reasons, and many of them involve hormones.
Whether it’s declining estrogen in perimenopause, low thyroid hormone, or the effects
of stress and high cortisol, hormonal imbalances can make it almost impossible to
shed excess weight.
Sure, a healthy diet and regular physical movement are key parts of the weight loss
formula, but there’s a lot more to it. Cutting calories alone doesn’t work. You’ve
probably learned that the hard way.
You can shed excess pounds for good by removing the hormonal obstacles that are
preventing you from losing weight. When you eliminate those barriers, your body
will naturally move to your best healthy weight.
We can show you what to eat, how to move and which supplements will make a difference
for you. Isn’t it time to feel good about your body again?
Created by Women's Health Network
Created by Women’s Health Network
By Dr. Sarika Arora, MD
Lose weight and
find balance naturally