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Weight Loss Hampered Due To Hormone Imbalance

May 5th 2014 at 3:02 AM

The study suggests that hormones could still be liable for the failure to lose weight and maintain your ideal weight

If you've ever been on a diet and trying to lose excess weight, this will sound familiar: as much as hard to take to lose weight, just as much, if not harder, to keep the ideal weight once you've achieved. Women are for its failure to lose weight especially prone to blame the lack of motivation, failure to follow the rules, too little physical activity, etc. However, a new study shows that the "culprit" for the re-gain can be - hormones.

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Women are for its failure to lose weight especially prone to blame the lack of motivation, failure to follow the rules, too little physical activity, etc. However, a new study shows that the "culprit" for the re-gain can be - hormones.

In the new study, 50 overweight and obese women were on a diet with low intake of calories in ten weeks. Scientists have measured their hormones involved in appetite control before they started the diet, while they were on dijetnoj diet and after a child and 62 weeks after the last day of the child.

Women were on a diet with low intake of calories in ten weeks. Scientists have measured their hormones involved in appetite control before they started the diet, while they were on dijetnoj diet and after a child and 62 weeks after the last day of the child.

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Results showed that some women changes in hormone levels leading to weight regain. In the group of women who gained more noticeable increase in the level of "hunger hormone" - ghrelin and reduced levels of "satiety hormone"

The study explains why a large number of people is difficult to maintain an ideal body weight for a long time and it's not just about the lack of will to maintain an ideal weight, but on a much more complex metabolic process - according to scientists from the University of Melbourne who carried out the research.

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