We have all heard that eating well and exercising often are important and essential parts of losing weight and maintaining our good health.
Eating a balanced diet with a variety of fruits, vegetables, carbohydrates and healthy fats is one of the most basic and most important things that anyone could ever do to look and feel great. Exercise is also a great, and entirely necessary, part of feeling well and living life more fully. Exercising often, about 4 to 5 times a week for at least 30 minutes, is important to maintain and develop strong and healthy muscles, support cardiovascular health, lower blood pressure, and even reduce stress levels.
Unfortunately, eating well and exercising often do not always help you lose that excess weight. Your body’s metabolism plays a huge role in your weight-loss journey.
As we age, our metabolism slows, making it harder to lose weight and easier to gain it. Metabolism is the term used to describe the many chemical reactions that occur within our bodies on a constant basis to breakdown the molecules of our food and convert it into useable energy. Your body is constantly converting food into energy. Sometimes, though, your metabolism may require a bit of assistance in order to function at full capacity.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is an essential hormone produced by the body that helps men and women achieve and maintain optimal mental and physical health. Evolved Medical offers hormone replacement therapy from highly-trained professionals who care about your well-being and want to take the time to help you become healthy and active human beings who enjoy life without the burden of carrying excess weight. This is where bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help.
This therapy is great for men and women of all ages and can assist with treating hormonal imbalances, adrenal fatigue, boosting energy levels and much more. Each patient considering bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is closely diagnosed and trained to personally manage their Human Growth Hormone levels.
Are you one of the many people who have tried to lose weight but cannot and become very stressed out or depressed as a result? In reality, the problem could be that you are suffering from low HGH levels without even knowing it. If you think you might be suffering from low HGH, a simple blood test and quick questionnaire can help put you on the path to good health. If you have nothing to lose (except for a few pounds), what’s the harm in trying?