Is Hormonal Imbalance The Cause Of Your Resistance To Weight Loss?

Episode 718 21m


I often hear from patients, “I’ve hit a stubborn weight-loss plateau; even though I seem to be doing everything right, like eating the right foods and exercising, I’m not losing weight. How can I overcome that obstacle?” While many culprits contribute to weight-loss resistance, I find addressing hormonal imbalances helps many patients lose stubborn weight.

In today’s episode of my series I’m calling Health Bites, I talk all about three big hormone disruptors: thyroid, cortisol, and sex hormones.


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Narrator: Coming up on this episode of The Doctor's Farmacy. Dr. Mark Hyman: It's really important to get this right, because if you don't, you're going to struggle with weight gain, you're going to struggle with all these symptoms. And often, low thyroid function is a big player if you're struggling with weight loss and you can't figure out why. Welcome to The Doctor's Farmacy. I'm Dr. Mark Hyman, that's Farmacy, we then have a place for conversations that matter. And have you ever struggled with weight loss and found it's just tough to get those pounds off, there may be hidden reasons for your resistance to weight loss. So that is what we're talking about today on The Doctor's Farmacy, a place for conversations that matter. And it's in..

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Ep. 718 - Is Hormonal Imbalance The Cause Of Your Resistance To Weight Loss?