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Weight Loss

In the struggle for a healthy and strong body, its beauty and attractiveness, many people spend their entire life. What affects our weight? There are many answers to this question. This is genetics, and body type, and diet. Often diseases such as diabetes mellitus contribute to weight gain. But the basis of all our homeostasis in the body is hormones. And it is the shifted balance of hormones that often becomes the reason for weight gain.

What 4 Hormones Affect Our Weight?

• Insulin produced by the pancreas is involved in the complex process of transporting glucose into the cell and transforming it into energy, or "storing" it as fat. Eating large amounts of fast food, alcohol, and foods with artificial sweeteners can trigger inulin resistance.
• Cortisol or stress hormone. Its main task is to reduce stress levels through the release of sugar into the blood and the regulation of metabolism. Taking into account the fact that a modern person is in permanent stress, cortisol is produced regularly and is harmful to health. It provokes the deposition of visceral fat and the maturation of fat cells.
• Human growth hormone, or HGH, stimulates the breakdown of fats. This usually happens at night. That is why a person should get enough sleep, then the functional features of this hormone are implemented efficiently and do not entail any critical consequences.
• Testosterone or male hormone. A decrease in the level of this hormone leads to a loss of muscle mass and further slows down the metabolic processes in the body, which ultimately can lead to the accumulation of adipose tissue. This is especially significant in women of mature age, in whom physical activity decreases, muscle mass decreases with a decrease in testosterone levels, and body weight increases.

But if insulin and cortisol can be controlled medically, then HGH and testosterone in the body eventually cease to be produced in the right amount.

As a result, even with proper nutrition and exercise, weight increases. What to do? First of all, take a hormone level test to get it out whether it is a hormones deficit affecting your weight gaining.

A Simple Yet Effective Way Out – HRT

It is possible to normalize weight by affecting hormonal balance. Specialist recommendations will vary depending on the type of violation. These can be elementary disorders associated with chronic fatigue and stress, which entails overeating, sweets and food consumption at the late hours of the day, or it is associated with some kind of organic pathology, where additional examinations and HRT treatment are needed.

Replacement treatment helps the body to get a necessary level of testosterone and HGH to work properly and to have a healthy metabolism.

This kind of therapy is prescribed both for men and women having hormones deficit. In our clinics, we provide our patients with an accurate and careful dose of HGH and testosterone to activate body's own production of hormones. As a result, 3 weeks after you start the program, you'll notice the first effects to be seen. And weight loss is among them.