Posts tagged Hormones
How To Reduce Midlife Stress Over Easter

As midlifers we tend to have a lot going on in our lives which can cause stress trying to fit everything in. At Easter our stress levels can rise further as we try to see family and have a break from the daily routine. This can have an effect on our main stress hormone, cortisol, which can negatively affect your health and weight loss efforts. Find out five easy ways to reduce stress www.midlifemenu.com/blog/reduce-midlifestress

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Midlife Weight Gain – What’s causing your weight gain around the middle … and how to reduce it?

Midlife weight gain can make you feel heavy, lethargic and down about yourself. But what's causing it and what can you do about it? If you only have to look at cake to put on weight or you're often 'hangry', then you might be on the blood sugar roller-coaster. This blog explains along with tips of how to get off it. www.midlifemenu.com/blog/midlife-weight-gain2

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5 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Christmas Stress Hormone (Cortisol)

As midlifers we tend to have a lot going on in our lives which can cause stress trying to fit everything in. At Christmas our stress levels can rise further as additional jobs get added to our to-do list. This can have an effect on our main stress hormone, cortisol, which can negatively affect our health and weight loss efforts. Find out five ways to reduce your main stress www.midlifemenu.com/blog/stress-hormones

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Midlife weight gain - Haven't Changed Anything in Your Diet But Getting Fatter?

Midlife weight gain around the middle can be due to many reasons and not necessarily a particular food or drink that you're consuming. It can be frustrating if you haven't done anything different but you're experiencing mid 40s weight gain. Find out what you can do to reduce or halt your midlife weight gain. www.midlifemenu.com/blog/midlife-weight-gain

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Gut Health - Three ways to improve your gut health and help reduce belly fat

Our gut health plays an important role in our health. The gut acts as a barrier, controlling what we absorb and and what we eliminate. It also determines how well we process nutrients depending on the microbiomes present in the gut. Gut health tends to decrease with age so it's important to take steps to improve it. midlifemenu.com/blog/gut-health

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Three Must Eat Healthy Breakfast Foods for Midlifers

Does breakfast tend to consist of cereal and/or toast? If so, you could be hindering your efforts to lost the weight around the middle. Cereals often contain sugar and salt, and bread is converted rapidly into sugars in the blood. Swapping to these three healthy breakfast foods can help with losing the belly fat. midlifemenu.com/blog/healthy-breakfast-foods

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