Women and Menopause
In the years during and after menopause, the average woman gains 30 pounds. This is the same whether you are currently going through hormonal changes, or whether you have already experienced natural or surgical menopause. This average weight gain occurs regardless of whether or not you choose to take HRT (hormone replacement therapy). To put it simply, your body develops a state of metabolism that makes it very difficult to lose weight, and very easy to gain weight.
You may have tried all the things that used to work for you to lose weight, with little or no results. You may have tried eating less, exercising more, counting calories; all to no avail.
Dr. Cederquist is a specialist in weight loss for women before, during, and after menopause. We recognize it is not impossible for you to lose weight, but the normal 'diets' just simply don't work.
You can start learning more today by reading this information from Dr. Cederquist about your menopause metabolism and how to lose weight despite hormonal changes.