Weight Management

Weight management is different for everyone, but most of us know the basics so that fat doesn’t store itself in excess. It’s fairly simple to maintain your weight when you know how to succeed. Eat lean, avoid sugars, ensure you are getting exercise. Problem is, many of us for years our life, have been misguided by a lack of knowledge regarding the body, what foods we are supposed to eat and in what proportions, as well as at what time of the day. There are other factors that we have to consider in weight management. Hormones. Stress levels. Getting adequate sleep. In the past some of us may have sniggered at the mention of a weight condition being hormonal. Yet there it is, studies can prove to us that this is one large determining factor in weight management.  Much of the information we grew up with and have passed onto our children, come from dated studies which science has now disproven. Everyone should get versed in what true weight management is today. Prevention of visceral fat storage is key if you aim to be healthy into your senior years. Chronic stress is prevalent in today’s world and makes one prone to storing excess abdominal fat.  Find out more about weight management and peptides here at the Peptide Clinics Blog.

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