Welcome to part 1 of a 3-part series on losing weight after 50. In this video, we’ll identify metabolic issues that arise as we age and how they affect our ability to lose weight.
And then, I’ll bring you parts two and three where we’ll discuss fat loss strategies that work despite our age, and practical food swaps that make the whole process easy, enjoyable and effective. I hope you’ll join me!
As we age, we accumulate metabolic disadvantages like a slower BMR, injuries, and hormonal issues (menopause or lower testosterone).
While these issues may slow the rate at which our bodies lose weight, they do not prevent weight loss. And, these issues are not significantly changed by what we eat.
However, there are two metabolic disadvantages that impact our ability to burn fat that can be influenced by our diet: Insulin Resistance and Poor Gut Health.
I explain why these issues block fat loss and set the stage for parts 2 and 3 of our series on Losing Weight after 50.
Lose Weight After 50 (Part 2 of 3): 7 Fat Loss Strategies that Work: https://youtu.be/o_4AGVCp06M
Work with Dr. Becky:
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More Videos by Dr. Becky:
How to Make Weight Loss Easier After Menopause: https://youtu.be/Dvuh3M5dhAs
Keto + Fiber: How Short-Chain Fatty Acids Help Weight Loss: https://youtu.be/loM92OHE_8A
Study mentioned in the video:
Twins, Obesity, Gut Health: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2677729/
Dr. David Ludwig’s Book: Always Hungry: https://amzn.to/2PEXm4t (affiliate link)
Dr. Becky Gillaspy graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1991. After the birth of her daughter, she left private practice and accepted her first teaching position at a career college, and then went on to teach online courses for Ashford University and The University of Phoenix. Through the years, she has taught a variety of health-related courses, including anatomy, physiology, and nutrition. Her YouTube Channel shares insights and research into the how to lead a healthy lifestyle. It is offered for informational purposes only. Do not change your diet, medication, or other health practices without your doctor’s consent.