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Inside Issue 54: Weight Loss in Menopause and Obesity Control
The Hot Years Magazine Issue 54 is focused on weight control and weight loss in menopause and perimenopause and new treatments for obesity.
Editorial- Drs. Mache and Sharon Seibel explain why losing weight is so hard and the latest on what you can do about it.
Your Weight is Not Your Fault- Carrying too much weight is one of the nation’s top health issues. It is not the person’s fault; it is a medical disease that requires treatment. Discover the latest on how to treat it.
Weight Impacts Menopause Symptoms- Additional weight can increase some menopause symptoms. Find out which ones and how much weight loss it takes to reduce those menopause symptoms.
Your Waistline Predicts Heart Disease Risk- The size of your waistline predicts your risk for heart disease and other health issues.
Debunking The Myth That Estrogen Increases Weight- Many women believe that taking estrogen will increase weight. The truth may surprise you.
Nine Tips to Trim Menopausal Belly Fat- If you’re trying to trim belly fat, here are nine proven tips to help.
Hot Years Exercise with Josie Gardiner- Enjoy this 5-minuite warmup exercise that will get you prepared for any exercise routine. Josie Gardiner is an expert fitness consultant and co-Founder of Zumba Gold.
Eat to Defeat Depression and Anxiety- Book Review peels back the covers on how food impacts your mental health, what foods to eat and to avoid, and easy recipes you can do to improve your mental health.
Delicious Lentil Stew Recipe- This easy-to-make recipe from Community Servings offers one of their popular recipes using food as a tool to improve health.
Original Relaxing Music By Dr. Mache Seibel- Feature Music: Dancing on Air – Enjoy this ambient and relaxing piano quartet music written by Mache Seibel MD and performed by Piano: Ben Schwendener, Bass: Bridget Kearney, Drums: Michael Calabrese, Sax: Uwe Steinmetz and engineered by Doug Hammer.