The first step in weight loss after 50 is to bring your hormones as close to homeostasis as possible.
I recommend consulting a trusted physician, nutritionist, or chiropractor for assistance in balancing your hormone levels.
The active tissue in the body that consumes more calories than body fat is muscle.
The greater the amount of muscle on your body, the more calories you expend at rest.
The actual problem, however, is that sugar is added to EVERYTHING, including barbecue sauce, breakfast sausage, and bread.
Unfortunately, excess sugar not only causes weight gain but also exacerbates other menopausal symptoms, such as heat flashes.
Children departing or marrying, caring for aging parents, a spouse's death or illness, job changes, and approaching retirement are all potential sources of new and unwelcome stress.
Stress raises cortisol levels, which can result in excess abdominal obesity. No, we are unable to alter the stress in our circumstances.
Examine your daily activities objectively and see what you discover. And it's not just exercise, but also your daily activity – genuine steps and time spent away from the sofa.
It is insufficient to exercise for 30 minutes in the morning and then spend the remainder of the day on the couch.
It can be very tempting to answer emails or messages in bed when you first wake up, or to refuse to get out of bed despite tossing and turning.
However, most sleep experts concur that the bed should only be used for sleeping.