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Hormonal Imbalance: Culprit To Ineffective Weight Loss?

Hormonal Imbalance: Culprit to Ineffective Weight Loss?

Are you having a hard time losing weight? Perhaps you’ve tried many different diets— to no avail. And now you’re almost ready to give up.


There’s still a chance for you. There’s good reason why you stumbled upon this blog post. Maybe it’s about time you learned about hormonal imbalance, which a lot of people are not aware of. Unknown to many, this is actually the culprit behind slow or ineffective weight loss.

Signs of Hormonal Imbalance You Should Watch Out for

Do you have a persistently and abnormally fat belly? Are you suffering from continuous weight gain, even when you feel that you’re eating only moderate amounts of food? These may actually be signs of a bigger underlying problem— hormonal imbalance.

Many people who are overweight have a hormonal imbalance that directs their bodies to store more body fat than usual. This is frequently brought about by a stressed endocrine system. What’s more, ongoing weight gain may be caused by insulin resistance. In such case, it’s important to choose what you eat well. You may have to eliminate sugars and processed foods from your diet. It all depends on your particular condition or type of hormonal imbalance.

If you find yourself often feeling sluggish or being absent-minded as well as always jumpy or irritable, there’s a good chance you do have imbalance within your body. These are also signs that your hormones are not correctly poised and are not stable.

Do you also sweat a lot and experience sleeping problems? Again, these are further signs that you may have to have your imbalance treated as it’s getting in the way of your weight goal.

Why Hormonal Imbalance Stops or Slows Down Weight Loss

All scientific and medical studies point to this fact— that hormonal imbalance greatly contributes to the slowing down or ceasing of weight loss. For this reason, it’s what you have to treat first. After all, hormones are responsible for how your body responds to different stimuli such as food intake and exercise. Hormones affect your metabolism, thus messing up how calories are burned, how fats are stores, and how energy is used up.

To address hormonal imbalance, you should let qualified and experienced professionals help you. Dr. Garcia’s 3-Phase Metabolic Program is backed up by extensive research in this arena, which is why this weight loss program that we are offering incorporates a personalized nutrition plan that is aimed at correcting hormonal imbalance. When you follow it, surely you’ll see your weight loss steadily taking place and the elimination of fat happening for real.

Medically reviewed by Jay J. Garcia, MD on February 14, 2015
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