"If you don't make time for your wellness, you
will be forced to make time for your illness"
Hi, i'm Helen and I help women 45+ conquer hormonal weight gain & fatigue. I've lost 23kg/50lbs in 5.5 months and reversed my metabolic age (how my metabolism functions) from a 58 year old to a 49 year old, which is younger than I actually am. I'm 51 and feel better now than I have in years!
I am a big believer in natural health solutions rather than prescription drugs
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It wasn't that long ago that I felt overweight, exhausted and unhappy when I looked in the mirror. As I got older the weight slowly crept on and my metabolism seemed really sluggish. My digestion was pretty bad and it almost felt like I would put weight on when I looked at food.
Reality is, for women in their 40's and 50's who experience perimenopause and menopause, belly fat and weight gain is very normal.
In my case, add years of stress, adrenal fatigue and lupus on top of that. So needless to say I struggled. At one point I said 'enough is enough' and decided to do something about it at aged 50. I knew I needed to make some changes, lose weight and get healthier.
In 5.5 months I lost 23kg/50lbs and i'm keeping that weight off now. There were 6 main things I did: 1) Started clean eating 2) Introduced intermittent fasting 3) Drank a lot more water 4) Exercised 5) Slept more and 6) Found natural supplements to fuel my body with essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients I was missing as well as assist me in fat burning and natural energy.
For me, I prefer to look for natural solutions for my health issues. Plant based options are my preference. Prescription medications definitely have their place in the world but they can be very harsh on our gut and body.
I've also come to learn that the foods we eat in this modern world, lack many of the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients that we need for optimal health, so we need natural supplements to fill that void.
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