As we age, weight loss isn’t as easy and what you did in your 20s and 30s no longer works.
You might have noticed:
Your metabolism isn’t what it used to be.
The same diets that worked wonders before now barely make a difference.
Unexplained weight gains and inability to shed it off, no matter how hard you try.
You’re not alone, and it’s not your fault. Many women over 40 feel trapped in this seemingly never-ending cycle of weight loss frustration.
There’s always more than one reason why busy women over 40 gain weight.
And in order to lose the weight, you have to identify all the reasons that caused it. Or else, you will continue to feel stuck.
It’s essential you do this, so that by identifying the problem, you then can work or get help in getting the right solution.
Too many women keep making the mistake of doing quick fix diets that don’t address the cause of their weight gain.
For instance, a common mistake is counting calories when you are tired as by restricting and limiting your food it makes you more tired and affects your metabolism.
CLICK HERE for this list. And after reading these, send me an email and let me know what are the reasons you’ve gained weight.
Is it lifestyle habits that might be adding to your weight, without you even realising.
Or hormonal and metabolic changes that come with age.
Don’t let the scales define your 40s and beyond. Understand what’s causing this plateau and then you can lose the weight.
CLICK HERE for my list for women over 40. Because once you know the problem, you’re halfway to the solution!
It’s crucial to address the root causes of weight gain and to approach weight loss with a balanced, informed perspective. Making sustainable changes that fit one’s lifestyle is more effective than quick fixes.
I’ve created an essential guide pinpointing 20 specific reasons why many women over 40 struggle with weight loss. By understanding these, you can then tailor your weight loss approach to your unique challenges.
After getting this list, send me an email and let me know why you gained weight.