Do the following excuses sound familiar?
“Losing weight is SO hard as you get older – impossible – in fact!”
“I’m eating the same way I did when I was younger and somehow packing on the pounds.”
“The methods I used to lose weight when I was younger don’t work anymore.”
“When I dieted before, I’d drop four pounds the first week and two to three pounds a week after that. Now? Forget it! I’m lucky to lose half to one pound a week – if anything at all.”
If you’ve been singing these songs, I’m ready to help. My new book, Ten Secrets to Losing Weight After 50, was released January 1, 2020 just in time for New Year’s Resolutions and is available on Amazon now.
After years of struggling and decades of yo-yoing, I finally unlocked the secret of losing weight after the mid-century mark. No dangerous surgeries, diet pills, expensive weight loss programs, pricey supplements, crazy fad diets, expensive gym membership fees, or personal trainers involved.
I’m ready to spill my secrets. After explaining why it’s so hard to lose weight after 50, I share 10 things I was doing wrong and what I changed to finally succeed.
My tips outlined in the book include how to:
• overcome a slower metabolism and loss of muscle mass
• choose the right diet
• get past stubborn plateaus
• avoid going hungry
• control stress eating
• make exercise count
• keep the pounds off
If you’re 50-plus, it’s time to take stock. Don’t surrender to middle-age spread and cross the line into obesity without a fight. If I – someone who battled with weight my whole life – can win the weight war, you can too! Food choices and fitness strategies really do work – even in your 50s, 60s, and beyond. It’s never too late to adopt new healthy lifestyle habits and make a big difference in your health.