The October 16th webinar focuses on imbalances – in insulin, thyroid, adrenals, sex hormones, and hunger/satiety hormones — that derail women’s weight loss and can sabotage even the most rigorous diet plan.
“Hormonal havoc can strike at any age, but it’s more common after pregnancy and after age 40,” says Shomon. “Unfortunately, many women get frustrated and give up when they learn the hard way that cutting calories and exercising aren’t working for them. Even when doctors run tests, they often say that the hormones are ‘normal.’ The truth is, the hormones are often anything but normal, and are making weight loss nearly impossible.”
The webinar focuses on the difference between normal hormone levels and optimal levels for weight loss. Shomon will review the risks, signs, and symptoms for each of the hormonal areas, providing practical guidance on how to balance and optimize hormones for weight loss success. Shomon will also cover the hormonal role in fat storage fat burning, hunger, satisfaction, and energy.
Says Shomon, “I battled my own hormonal havoc for two decades. But now, I’m 57, I weigh 50 pounds less than I did in my thirties. I’m proof that it IS possible—if you deal with the root cause of the problem.”
Hormonal Havoc Webinar
StacyThe live webinar is October 16, 2019 at 8 p.m. EDT. There is no charge for the webinar, but advance registration is required. Participants can register at http://www.mary-shomon.com/
Registered webinar attendees will receive a gift: a copy of Shomon’s new Hormonal Havoc Guide. This ebook provides a detailed checklist of hormonal symptoms, to help readers pinpoint areas of hormonal imbalance, as well as hormonal tests for each category of hormones where imbalances can affect weight loss.
Mary Shomon is an internationally renowned patient advocate, health and weight loss coach, and author of the New York Times best-selling book, Thyroid Diet Revolution, as well as 10 other popular books on hormonal health and wellness. She currently serves as Patient Expert and Patient Advisory Council advisor for popular consumer health site www.HealthCentral.com.