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Nutrition specialist

When a person is affected by metabolic disorders, the production of energy from nutrients is inhibited and the accumulation of fat in the tissues is increased. There are cases when the "rules of the game" of metabolism: eating less, moving more no longer has the expected effect. Losing extra pounds is getting harder, but gaining them is getting easier.

People with metabolic changes:
-can not lose weight;
-feel increased fatigue;
-have constant feeling of hunger;
-have wishness for sweet;
-have fatigue after a meal.

In order to successfully achieve weight loss in such cases, correction of metabolic processes should be initiated.

Most biological processes, including the rate of metabolism, begin to decline after the age of 30. Therefore, while you are at the zenith of your health, it is useful to record the current state of your metabolism, in other words, to obtain individual, objective data about your metabolism, so that you can monitor aging processes and move away from the individual "critical point".

As a woman approaches menopause, it becomes more pronounced. The time of this change is introduced in perimenopause, after the age of 40-45, when hormone levels fluctuate for about 3-4 years. Until now, the coordinated operation of the hormone "orchestra" has been disrupted. Gradually muscle mass decreases, fat mass increases, especially fat on the abdomen. The metabolic rate decreases. This period varies between individuals.

This is enough time to prepare your body (the cardiovascular and musculoskeletal system) for the natural changes of menopause. There is an increased risk of developing dyslipidaemia, insulin resistance, hypertension and osteoporosis during menopause.

If we lack energy, we feel bad, if our cells lack energy, we lose health. If you are unable to regain slim body lines on your own, you should look for causes and solutions with a specialist!

Doctor nutritionist, body aesthetic specialist

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