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Stubborn Weight Loss & Your Hormones

Weight loss during our middle-ages is a two-fold issue. As stated previously, aging is a wonderful gift and privilege. However, when those years behind the cubicle lands you that promotion as a manager, you might become more stressed and time-crunched.


Cortisol is the body’s fight-or-flight signal and is a hormone. Almost every living organism has some fight-or-flight reaction that indicates an immediate action needs to be taken in the midst of danger. When the body releases this steroid hormone, it taps into glucose storages to gather necessary mega-energy to take on a fearsome opponent or run for the hills. Humans, though, are different. With our complex minds and social systems, we’ve developed sophisticated communication, diplomacy, and self-control. Furthermore, when extremely uncomfortable situations find us, our bodies release these chemical responses even if an instance is not life-threatening—deadly carnivores become impossible deadlines. When we are faced with that problematic manager’s unfair demands or an interaction with a rude customer service representative, we release cortisol in our bodies—nowadays known as the stress hormone. Unfortunately, stress can make weight loss difficult.

Estrogen, Cortisol, Stress, & Compounded Weight Gain

Too much of a cortisol release can contribute to sudden weight gain or arduous weight loss. Remember, cortisol accesses sugar in the body to have enough energy to combat or flee. Humans, though, don’t take those two actions in the workplace or while paying taxes. Therefore, we don’t use that energy and our insulin—a regulatory hormone—will begin overproduction leading to insulin resistance, and, perhaps type 2 diabetes.

Studies have shown that individuals with subordinate roles in the workforce have larger waistlines than principal workers.This result is due to the chronic stress the lower-ranking staffer regularly experiences, which leads to an array of conditional diseases but also fatigue—(it’s hard to go on a run at the end of the day!). Additionally, women experiencing perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms might be prone to more stress, potentially contributing to weight gain as well. Studies have shown that during the portion of the menstrual cycle when estrogen levels are at their lowest, women are more susceptible to trauma.

Can Bioidentical Hormone Pellets Help Me Lose Weight

Bioidentical hormone pellet therapy weight loss strategies for women and men include testosterone replacement. Women might need other treatment additions such as estradiol often valuable for women suffering from menopausal symptoms. Pursuing testosterone therapy through bioidentical hormone pellets particularly benefits females and males with:

    -improved weight management
    -reduced fat mass
    -and increased lean body mass

(It also helps increase focus and ambition, stabilizes moods, improves bone density, and gets that love-life back in full swing!)

Bio-Identical hormone pellets are one of the safest and most natural ways to ease the aging process. The sophisticated technology works with your bodies physical chemistry—the bioidentical pellet is inserted and goes to work. And, since the body slowly metabolizes the pellet over time, patients don’t have to worry if they took too much or not enough. There is no need to remember to take a pill or swipe on a cream. BHRT through pellets also minimizes fluctuations between treatments. The process is quick, similar to having your blood drawn. A trained medical professional applies a local anesthetic to the injection site and makes a tiny incision into the skin. The medical provider then places the pellet into the incision. Lastly, the incision site is sealed with a piece of medical tape. There is no need for stitches or fear of scarring. Pellet therapy has not been associated with increased risk of any adverse conditions or diseases like regular hormone replacement therapy that uses synthetically derived hormone medications.

Eating Healthy for Weight Loss

Even though bioidentical hormone pellets could have you feeling better than ever, it’s still important to eat well. Fruits and vegetables are essential to any healthy diet as you want as many vitamins and minerals as possible. Diet and nutrition experts purport lean meats like fish or chicken are also necessary foods—they help you feel full throughout the day. Celebrities and pro-athletes are turning to the Alkaline Diet and excluding the C.R.A.P.—caffeine, refined grains, alcohol, and processed foods. While this is a healthy practice 80% of the time, have some fun the other 20%. Stressing about food is clearly not conducive to a stress-free life, and we all know how stress contributes to weight gain now.

Exercise & Reduce Stress to Lose Weight Faster

Exercises, such as yoga, fight fat in two ways. It releases endorphins mitigating toxic stress in the body and mind while burning calories. Another great option—especially in places like Florida—are water sports. Studies have proven natural scenery such as vast expanses of water reduce cortisol levels instantly. With increased energy from bioidentical hormones via pellets, it’s possible to tackle that 3-mile run after work.

Bioidentical Hormone Doctors Near Me

A bioidentical hormone pellet therapy weight loss strategy might be just what the doctor ordered—or another type of medical provider. Our practice features Lawrence ‘Larry’ Siegel, ARNP & President of YM, specializing in anti-aging and offering bio-identical hormone replacement therapy through pellets. He also provides various peptide therapies and growth hormone therapy, which improve overall physical performance and well-being. Working with patients 35+ and both genders, you’ll feel an incredible amount of positive change in your first four weeks.

Yunique Medical—a Florida Top-Rated® Medical Clinic—also includes Douglas Hall, MD, practitioner of Functional Medicine for over 40 years. His passion is getting to the cause of
any ailments or optimizing your body through multiple means including looking at your genetics. His preferred treatments are diet and lifestyle modifications along with supplementation as needed. The majority of physicians and primary care providers out there do not use the comprehensive testing Dr. Hall employs. This truly makes Yunique Medical a special medical practice.

Combining Yunique Medical’s high-level expertise in BHRT and Functional Medicine gives our patients the tools to achieve their optimal wellness. A bioidentical hormone pellet therapy weight loss plan with lifestyle modifications is an excellent treatment plan for individuals 35 years of age and older. Contact our highly-trained staff to secure an appointment with one of our providers today.

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