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Is Something You Ate Sabotaging Your Health?

Published April 27, 2017

Balance Your Hormones with a Customized Diet

Could a hormonal imbalance be responsible for your current weight? If you’ve been trying to drop a few pounds, and they just won’t come off, then the answer is likely yes. Fluctuations in your hormone levels can contribute to difficulty shedding belly fat, weight gain, feeling sluggish, craving unhealthy foods, and problems with general health. Along with how much you eat and work out, what you eat is an integral part of both your weight and your overall health. By minimizing unhealthy foods like sugar and processed carbs and filling up on healthy foods like lean proteins and all the vegetables your mother told you to eat, you can help to reset your hormones and boost your metabolism. As a bonus, you’ll have more energy and feel better. And with the right guidance, you can find just the right formula that works for your body. Read more…

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