How Joan Lost 30+ Pounds Using The Women's Weight Loss & Hormone Reset System


“Ever since I turned 40, it seems like I just keep gaining weight, and it’s almost all in my stomach. My doctor suggested bioidentical hormones and I gained five pounds overnight and a lot of my hair fell out.

My endocrinologist suggested I try your Metabolic Reset Weight Loss System. He said he has seen amazing hormonal rebalancing, which led to weight loss with woman over 40, when nothing else worked. He also pointed out that because it's natural and loaded with the specific nutrients, it will help regrow my hair.

I’m frustrated. It seems that no matter how clean I eat or how much I exercise I just can't lose weight. My self-esteem is even lower as my once thick hair is so thin, I can’t style it. Can you help direct me to which of your supplements I should take?"

Joan, CT

Weight gain for most women (affects men too) is more complicated. It's not just an issue associated with what or how much you eat or how much you exercise.
Your weight gain and/or lack of weight loss is directly affected by your changing hormones.

If you've noticed that you seem to gain weight quickly and have more belly fat than ever since you turned 40, it's not all in your head. Your hormones begin to change starting around age 20. They continue to change as you age, becoming more and more troublesome the closer you get to menopause.

If you’ve been experiencing hormonal changes and/or weight fluctuations, ae more moody than ever, feel hungry and crave almost all of the time, have lost hair or your hair has become thinner, there are a few specific things you can do to that are all-natural and work with your body versus against it the way prescribed hormones do.

There is more hope than you think, and it all starts by rebalancing your hormones, which is almost an always overlooked step, yet the most effective. It flips off the weight gain switch, and when combined with the other steps mentioned here, it simultaneously turns on the weight loss switch, the very same day you start (unless your hormones have been out-of-balance for a while).

Bottom line… When you rebalance hormones, you can lose weight. It’s easier to do when you have the right tools to support a hormone-healthy diet.

The Women's Weight Loss & Hormone Reset supplement stack provides the specific nutrients your body needs as it ages to help rebalance hormones by replenishing depleted nutrients, whether from medication, stress, or aging, while also helping the body to burn fat. It works like a power tool, making it easier to lose weight, melt belly fat, and restore your health.

What makes the Women's Weight Loss & Hormone Reset different and ten-times more effective than simply dieting, exercising, or taking prescription medication?

For starters, it's drug-free and all-natural, working with your body, not against it. It won’t cause more problems while it addresses another.

It's a holistic approach and rebalances all your hormones (including cortisol levels) versus hand-picking one or two to treat.

If you don't rebalance your entire hormonal system, you run the risk of creating a larger imbalance, which makes things worse. It also explains why Joan gained five pounds overnight.

Most people think natural approaches are less effective and they need the prescription hormones. However, natural should always be your first choice to avoid creating more issues. Natural approaches like this one work with your body's intelligence and is naturally drug-free without the side effects or problems of hormone treatments. You feel better physically and mentally the same day you start.

Address the food you're eating, or not eating, as well as your lifestyle. This will help you learn how to reduce stress through prayer or meditation versus using alcohol, prescription drugs (sleeping or anxiety), or food as a coping mechanism. Today is your START DAY... Don't wait!

The Women's Weight Loss & Hormone Reset starts working the same day you start taking it. You don't need to outsmart nature; it always knows best. It's an adaptogenic method, meaning it will only go to work where, or if, needed. If a hormone is already in balance, it leaves it alone. Adaptogens help your body adapt and cope more efficiently. Prescription hormones and medications do the opposite.

The Connection and Link Between Hormones and Your Weight

Most of the time we assume the lack of weight loss or gain is attributed to changes in diet or exercise. When you gain a few pounds, you immediately become frustrated and begin exercising more. On the flipside, if you lose weight, you assume you've been eating better; however, most weight fluctuations are due to hormonal changes or imbalances that pop up, which most of us don’t think about.

Studies prove that hormonal changes can influence appetite, including how much you eat or what you crave. They can also cause you to store more fat around your stomach, midsection, hips, and thighs, depending on how out-of-balance they are.

That’s why watching what you eat and exercising more aren't enough to help you lose weight. Until you balance your hormones, your weight loss will be a struggle.

The Hormones that Affect Your Weight

Many different important hormones affect your weight. If you're having a hard time losing weight, the odds are your hormones are out of balance and a large part of the problem. Here are the most common hormones that can cause weight gain, lack of weight loss, and fluctuations.

Insulin is the fat-storing hormone. It signals your body to store fat. Insulin levels can spike from overeating, underrating (fasting too long), and eating the wrong types of food, and stress (which includes exercising too strenuously).

Insulin can spike, even if you’re not diabetic and happens to us all from time-to-time. Eating fewer glycemic foods and avoiding overeating are the two best ways to keep your insulin levels balanced.

Fasting for 12-hours overnight or simply consuming a LynFit Compete Protein Shake can help reduce insulin levels. Taking a blood sugar-lowering nutritional supplement like LynFit Keto Carb Edge can help, in addition to exercising daily.

Leptin is the hormone that that we all wish we had more of. It makes you feel full. Sadly, if you're overweight, your leptin levels may not be working, which is why you feel hungry all the time and seldom get full.

Feeling hungry all the time makes it very hard to lose weight, even if you're exercising enough and eating healthy. Eat more anti-inflammatory foods and more fatty fish like salmon, in addition to taking LynFit Pure Omega 3 and/or LynFit Evening of Primrose every day.

Last but not least, sleep at least seven hours nightly.

The stress hormone cortisol is released when your body is under stress, whether it be good or bad stress.

If your cortisol levels are chronically out-of-balance or high, it can be hard to reduce the amount you eat. And sadly, even when you do eat less, it still can be hard to lose weight.

The best way to reduce cortisol levels is to avoid stress, drink a LynFit Complete Protein Shake every day, and practice mindful living. And of course, eat a clean keto diet that provides the specific nutrients your body needs, and yep, you guessed it, sleep seven hours each night.

The female sex hormone estrogen can cause weight gain if it’s out-of-balance. If it's too high or too low, both can cause weight gain, as well as other symptoms.

Make sure to consume plenty of fiber (like the prebiotic fiber in LynFit Complete Protein Shakes or Lean Bars), eat more fibrous leafy green vegetables, and exercise more frequently at a moderate intensity (avoid strenuous exercise).

There are hormonal imbalances you can’t control
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you can't control your hormones or keep them balanced. Use these tips to try to keep your hormones in check and take LynFit Women's Whole-Food Multivitamin and Evening of Primrose Oil every day. And replace two meals daily with a Complete Protein Shake instead.

Listen to your body and pay attention to the clues it gives you that can let you know your hormones are out-of-balance, such as:

  • Sleep issues
  • Weight gain and/or lack of weight loss
  • Excess fat around your stomach, hips, and thighs
  • Intense hunger and cravings
  • Hair loss

Hormone balance should be the first step in everyone’s program that's trying to lose weight and keep it off!

If you're ready to take back control of your health, starting with losing excess weight, the Women's Weight Loss & Hormone Reset System can help!




Lisa Lynn, Clinical Metabolic Nutrition & Fitness Expert and Associate Chaplain. Best known for her 18+ years as Martha Stewart’s trainer, who was responsible for Martha’s over-50 amazing physical transformation that caught the attention of Dr. Oz, leading to her many appearances on the Dr. Oz Show. Lisa is not just another trainer; she herself lost 40 pounds and has kept it off, even with a sluggish thyroid and menopause.

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