Weight Gain in Women

Weight Loss Hormone Optimization

Weight Gain in Women. One thing we see often at BHRC is women who feel intense shame about their inability to lose weight. Often they have spent years in an endless cycle of self-denying crash diets, only to gain the weight back — and then some — when their body cries “Uncle!” and the rebound inevitably occurs.

What most women don’t know is that their hormones exert an extraordinary degree of influence on their ability to lose weight.

It’s Not Your Fault

In youth, most women’s hormones are correctly balanced. Losing weight is possible, and for many women, relatively easy.

In mid-life, however, most women are looking at a very different picture. The passage of time and the stress of “modern” life has taken a toll. Long before the onset of menopause, levels of key hormones have dropped precipitously. Losing weight has now become impossible, yet many women feel deep shame about something that is now simply beyond their power to control.

One of the things that’s most gratifying to us at BHRC is our ability to let women out of the prison of endless failed diets. When their hormone levels are normalized to youthful levels using compounds of the identical molecular makeup of their natural hormones, reversing menopause weight gain is now possible. And for many women, it’s even easy.

Getting Off The Dieting Merry-Go-Round

California’s preeminent wellness clinic, the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center specializes in helping women lose weight and recover the energy, positive mood, physical condition and attractiveness they feared was gone forever. At BHRC, we listen, and get to know you as a person. And we take as much time as needed to understand what you’re going through, how you feel, and how you want to feel. Then we work with you to create a treatment plan that’s tuned to your body and your needs.

At the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center, we don’t just help women lose weight. We help them feel better about their health and their bodies. Contact us today…suffering is optional!

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