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An MD in Gynecology Reveals: Rebalancing This Overlooked “Belly Bulging” Hormone Could Help Lose Menopausal Weight For Good

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Edibel Quintero, MD
Last update: Apr 30
reading-time4 min
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Comments (3)

  1. avatar
    30 Apr, 2024 at 10:51 am

    For years I’ve been overly restricting my calories and spending hours at the gym without results and I couldn’t understand why… I really appreciate this scientific breakdown. Not going to lie, I’m a little hesitant but optimistic, too… Has anyone here tried this supplement by any chance??

  2. avatar
    19 Apr, 2024 at 10:12 pm

    That damn meno-belly won’t budge no matter what I do. Had no clue about this cortisol thing, but it makes so much sense. Definitely looking into Bioma, sounds promising!

  3. avatar
    Jessica W.
    15 Apr, 2024 at 4:29 pm

    Finally an article that gets it! I’m so over people telling me to just eat less/exercise more – doesn’t work during this stage. This cortisol approach is very interesting and actually makes sense, just ordered 3 bottles to give it a try…


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