How to Lose Postmenopausal Weight

How to Lose Postmenopausal Weight

How to Lose Postmenopausal Weight

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so let’s discuss how to lose weight if you’re postxa0 menopausal i’ve done a lot of videos on this topic i would definitely not neglect the standard thingsxa0 because these normally work about 90 of the time bring your carbs down really low you’rexa0 probably going to bring them down to 10 grams or even less perxa0 day not per meal fast longer at the bare minimum you should be doing one meal axa0 day but with periodic prolonged fasting these two most the time will work now to speed thingsxa0 up start adding exercise as far as how often i would recommend only once a week but make surexa0 that exercise is intense and you’re sweating okay and you’re working the whole body and thenxa0 let your body recover do that for a while then add two workouts a week on the off days ixa0 highly recommend you go for long walks to keep the stress down so you can then sleep addingxa0 another half hour or even an hour of sleep will help you lose weight big time and number fivexa0 your favorite recommendation which is avoiding alcohol but the problem is that little bit of winexa0 which is carbs has a potential to really keep you out of fat burning so you might want to just takexa0 it put it to the side maybe do kombucha tea for a while as a transition so let’s say for examplexa0 you do all these things right here and you still can’t lose weight what do you do your pituitaryxa0 produces many different hormones one hormone is called follicle stimulating hormonexa0 and the purpose is to tell the ovaries to make estrogen but you’re post-menopausalxa0 so these ovaries have gone into retirement so that’s not going to happen so what happens afterxa0 menopause is this hormone stays on the high side why because we’re not getting any feedback fromxa0 this ovary so this hormone is on a feedback loop it turns off when you get the ovary to respondxa0 but it’s actually ignoring the pituitary so this just stays high now the other function ofxa0 fsh is that it can make fat so there’s receptors for this hormone in your fat cells and that isxa0 a big problem simply because after menopause there’s a big spike in this hormone that staysxa0 high despite the backup supply of estrogen and other hormones from your adrenals and yourxa0 fat because the more fat you have the more estrogen you’re gonna make and estrogen by itselfxa0 contributes to the amount of fat that you have on your body after menopause cortisol does go up asxa0 well and that stress hormone can turn your muscle protein into fat increase your insulin and in thexa0 presence of insulin you’re not going to lose any weight so it’s very very important to keep yourxa0 stress level as low as possible and you can do that through lots of sleep but the fact that yourxa0 follicle stimulating hormone is too high could be another hidden reason why you’re just not able toxa0 lose weight so there’s a couple things you can do one is take what’s called myonosatol this isxa0 a type of b vitamin now it’s not technically currently a b vitamin but it was considered axa0 b vitamin at one time but myo-inositol taken in a good amount can help regulate this hormone asxa0 well as luteinizing hormone from the pituitary so this is a really good thing to take postmenopausalxa0 also royal jelly is another natural product that you can take as well that can help lowerxa0 this hormone as well bees make royal jelly and this compound is for the queen bee to help thexa0 fertility of the queen bee and it just so happens that they can accumulate it they make a supplementxa0 out of it and you can take it to help balance out your um pituitary hormones so it tends toxa0 help normalize if a hormone is is too high or too low in pituitary as it relatesxa0 to stimulating the ovaries so at first definitely implement these things right herexa0 if you’re not happy with the results then add these two supplements right here all right thanksxa0 for watching before you go if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and youxa0 want to know how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going asxa0 smooth i have a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in thexa0 us hopefully in the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the numberxa0 down below so you can call and get some help

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Can’t seem to lose weight after menopause? Here’s what you can do.

Timestamps:
0:00 How to lose weight postmenopausal
1:25 Still can’t lose weight? Here’s why!
3:16 What to do for stubborn postmenopausal weight
4:17 Key takeaways
4:27 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the best way to lose weight if you’re postmenopausal.

I’ve done many other videos on this topic where I cover five things:
1. Lower your carbs to less than 10 grams
2. Fast (one meal a day)
3. Add exercise (and long walks)
4. Get plenty of quality sleep
5. Avoid alcohol

What if you’re already doing all of these things, and you still can’t seem to lose enough weight?

First, let’s talk about the pituitary. The pituitary gland produces many different hormones. One hormone is called FSH—its purpose is to tell the ovaries to make estrogen.

However, after menopause, your ovaries no longer create estrogen. This means that FSH levels stay high because the ovaries do not send feedback to lower FSH.

FSH also happens to make fat. This is a big problem because it can make weight loss very difficult.

After menopause, your cortisol levels increase. This may also contribute to difficulty losing weight.

There are a couple of things you can do to prevent these issues:
1. Take Myo-inositol
2. Take royal jelly

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