3 Reasons You Can't Lose that Menopausal Belly Fat and What to Do About It

It is true that your metabolism slows down a little each decade, causing most women to gain about 1 pound per year due to age. [1]  But by the time women hit premenopause (anywhere from 40-55 years old) and menopause and beyond (around 55+), it feels like a lot more than one pound per year.

Natural weight gain due to aging, while real, doesn't explain why most women over 40 experience a dramatic increase in weight, specifically, belly fat, which is very difficult to lose.

Clients are constantly telling me how they have a closet full of clothes that don't fit and nothing they seem to do (like going to super expensive pilates classes twice a week) is making a difference.

Something else must be going on, right?!

Remember our equation for a healthy weight from What Do Hormones, Weight Gain, and Metabolism Have to Do With Each Other:

[healthy hormones --> healthy cells --> healthy metabolism --> healthy you --> healthy weight]

If we start at the beginning, we can...

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