Do You Have a Weight Loss Induced Hormone Imbalance?

March 16, 2014 | By

If you are trying to figure out which would work best in a weight-loss plan for you – exercise or dieting – what do you know – your body responds better to dieting when you exercise. It’s just the way the body is; the more you exercise, the more your body learns how to burn fat quickly. And the better you respond to a responsible diet. But what about your hormonal health?

In general, anyone who tries to figure out how to lose weight will find that three months is appropriate period of time to give a program to wow you. The body takes about this long to begin to change the amount of fat it stores. If you think about it, learning how to lose weight can be pretty simple – you keep your food and your exercise levels steady, and there you go. The reason we keep running after every new diet fad or exercise mantra is that our culture pushes us to look for a quicker fix all the time to any problem. Leaving the body to its own devices and giving it time to lose or gain weight is usually the best way. Perhaps you don’t have to find out which diet works best. Moderation will probably work better than anything, and you won’t even have to test it out.

But even after all that, you might start to feel lousy. Crash diets wreak havoc on hormones. Be careful. If you have the symptoms of a hormonal imbalance, or suspect you do, see a doctor.

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Category: Eating Disorders, Exercise, Weight Loss, Weight Loss Diet, Well Being

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