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Weight Gain and Menopause

Published on 6/28/2012
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Menopuse and weight gain The Menopause, is a time when many woman find their weight increases, and it is more difficult to shed weight. Now you may be tempted to accept this as part of your menopause, it not always the case. The average American woman can expect to gain around a pound a year from their mid forties to mid fifties, however this is not due to the menopause:-. Reasons for middle age weight gain:- Hormones - during menopause, your hormone shift can effect your body fat distribution. Fat that tended to go to your hips and thighs can migrate to the abdomen. Reduced muscle mass - As women age the lean muscle mass gradually declines and fat begins to take over. Lean muscle burns more calories than fat, so loss of muscle mass means your resting metabolism slow down. Decreased exercise- when people grow older, their activity level tends to decline. About 60% of adults are not active enough, and this increase with age. As you exercise less, you will gain weight, unless you reduce your diet. So Now you can see that with all these factors at work it will take commitment and dedication will help you to maintain a healthy with during menopause. The Healthy Women's Lifestyle project, which followed women through menopause, found that those who both ate a low calorie diet and took regular exercise, lost weight, while those who didn't gain an average of five pounds a year. David Ogden CEO TheInterBiz LLC
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