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7 Reasons Why Many Healthy Women Can't Lose Weight

For the women who feel they are healthy but are still carrying those extra 5-10 pounds they want to get rid of, this information is for you. Listed below are the top areas women tend to neglect, even when they think they have a healthy lifestyle. This article examines the root of your possible problems.

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Increased Libido with Vyleesi

Vyleesi is the trade name for bremelanotide, a well-known peptide that was first studied as a possible tanning product. It activates melanocortin receptors and has been shown to help restore a natural sexual desire in women and men for many years. Recently it was FDA-approved for premenopausal women with acquired, generalized hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). HSDD is a common, treatable medical condition characterized by ongoing low sexual desire that women find frustrating.

The new approval of this peptide means it will become more well-known for improving sexual desire in BOTH men and women.

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What is Calcium-D-Glucarate?

Your liver works hard for you. Even if you don’t drink alcohol or work amongst harsh chemicals, the toxins you inadvertently breathe, eat, drink, and even slather on your skin are a burden on your liver and this can start to take its toll on your energy and performance over time. Environmental toxins can even mess with your hormone balance and make it hard for you to lose fat.

Your liver is always filtering toxins – that’s its job. But there are some things you can do to support this process. Which brings us to one of the most targeted supplements for everyday detox: calcium-d-glucarate (CDG).

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Can Women Have Low Testosterone?

We often mistake testosterone as the “male” hormone. While it’s true that men do produce ten times more testosterone than women, it still plays an important role in the health of women. This is especially true during a woman’s reproductive years when there is actually more testosterone produced in a woman than estrogen.

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