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Clinical nutritionist, Nicci Robertson explain the relationship between Hormones and fat metabolism


Hormones play a key role in determining how efficiently we metabolise fat. Estrogen, progesterone, insulin, cortisol, thyroid, testosterone and adrenaline, unless in absolute balance will determine if we are fat storers or fat burners. Certain hormones determine where you store fat. Too much cortisol and you will accumulate belly fat. Estrogen dominance results in fat storage in the hips, thighs and buttocks. Balancing hormones is a specialist subject and takes time to perfect. Whether you are battling with menopausal weight gain, PMS, infertility or hypothyroidism there is a long term, permanent solution, based on proven nutritional and neutraceutical principles

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