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Women’s issues – How to handle fat around middle?

Introduction

• The fat around your middle really is dangerous.
• This increasing your risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and certain cancers.
• Because of where the fat sits on your body, normal diets, even rigorous exercise regimes rarely work.

Causes of fat around middle

• Stress hormone cortisol
• Release of adrenaline and cortisol
• Chronic stress
• Lack of exercise
• Food cravings you can’t control

Reason why the fat is around middle
• The reason fat targets the middle is because it is close to the liver.
• Here it can most quickly be converted back into energy if needed.
• There it provides the body with protection ready for the next stress attack.
• Your body tries to keep a convenient fat store ready for constant use.
• It creates cravings and increases appetite to ensure good supplies of necessary fuel.

Symptoms Include

• Increased appetite
• Increased cravings for chocolate, sweets, breads, cakes, caffeine and alcohol
• Your immune system is low
• Headaches
• Nail biting
• Teeth grinding
• High cholesterol
• Blood sugar swings
• Digestive problems
• Chest pains
• Muscle aches and pains
• Shoulder and neck pain
• Hair loss
• Irregular periods or no periods
• Difficulty in concentrating or forgetfulness
• Depression
• Increased premenstrual symptoms (PMS)
• Slower metabolism
• Low sex drive
• Tiredness but an inability to sleep well
• Tendency to get a second wind in the evening
• Waking up in the middle of the night

How to prevent fat around middle?

1. A four pronged approach of getting rid of this dangerous and unsightly fat. It comprises simple changes to the way you:
– Eat
– Take supplements
– Approach stress
– Take exercise

2. The 3-month eating plan: Try to stick to these simple rules:
1) Stop dieting
2) Eat little and often
3) Don’t skip breakfast
4) Eliminate all sugar and refined carbohydrates
5) Add protein to each meal
6) Eat essential fats

3. Essential fats help you in a number of ways:
– They slow down the rate at which the stomach empties, so making carbohydrates even more slow-releasing.
– They boost your metabolism.
– They make you less insulin resistant.
– They reduce inflammation.

4. Don’t eat on the run.
5. Watch what you drink.
6. Change the way you think about food.
7. The main vitamins and minerals affected are:
• B vitamins
• vitamin C
• magnesium
• zinc
• Chromium
• Vitamin E
• Co-enzyme Q10
• Magnesium
• Siberian ginseng
• Alpha lipoic acid
• Amino acids

What should be your supplement plan?

Nutrients Amounts
Chromium 200mcg
Zinc 15mg
Vitamin E 300ius
Manganese 5mg
Magnesium citrate 300mg
Vitamin B1 25mg
Vitamin B2 25mg
Vitamin B3 25mg
Vitamin B12 25mcg
Biotin 35mcg
Folic acid 200mcg
Vitamin B5 50mg
Vitamin B6 25mg
(as pyridoxal-5-phosphate)
Siberian ginseng 100mg
Vitamin C 100mg
Co-enzyme Q10 25mg
Alpha-lipoic acid 100mg
Green tea extract 50mg

Amino Acids Amounts
N-acetyl cysteine 500mg
L-carnitine 200mg
L-tyrosine 200mg
L-arginine 200mg
L-glutamine 200mg
Isoleucine 100mg
Leucine 100mg
Valine 100mg

Few more tips:
• Exercise.
• Build muscle.
• Weight gain with age.
• Keep on your toes.
• Cut back on stress.

How to reduce stress?

1) Prioritize
2) Delegate
3) Put yourself first
4) Learn some relaxation techniques
5) Put things in perspective
6) Take time to eat
7) Take time to go to the toilet (yes! Really)
8) Take regular exercise
9) Spend time with your friends
10) Have a cuddle
11) Laugh
12) Get enough sleep

How is the diagnosis done?

1. TESTS
• Adrenal Stress Test
• Insulin Resistance Test
• Food Allergy Test
• Yeast and Parasite Test
• Genetic tests

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