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During perimenopause and menopause, women often experience hormonal changes, particularly a decline in oestrogen levels.

These hormonal shifts can contribute to weight gain for several reasons:

Metabolic Changes: A decline in oestrogen can lead to changes in metabolism, making it easier for the body to store fat. 

Loss of Muscle Mass: Ageing, coupled with hormonal changes, can lead to a loss of muscle mass. 

Changes in Fat Distribution: Lower estrogen levels can influence where the body stores fat. Women may notice an increase in fat deposition around the midsection, which contributes to an overall increase in body weight.

Menopause Weight Gain

Increased Appetite: Hormonal fluctuations during perimenopause and menopause can affect hunger and satiety signals. Some women may experience an increase in appetite, leading to higher calorie intake and potential weight gain.

Our program utilizes a naturally occurring hormone that may offer potential benefits. 
This hormone may restore hormonal balance, potentially easing symptoms and positively impacting weight loss. 

This is significant because weight gain and body composition are common concerns during menopause.

Additionally, the hormone has the potential to enhance energy levels and contribute to an overall sense of well-being. 

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