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Understanding women's midlife weight gain

Should we worry about gaining weight around our middles in midlife? Can we do anything about it? Dr Nighat has answers

Midlife weight gain affects women around menopause — and it can be a body change that troubles a lot of women. Why do we get it and can we get rid of it?

Dr Nighat Arif goes beyond the usual popular advice that’s always telling us to lose weight and look slim to tell us the physiological changes that lead to midlife weight gain, why it happens and whether we should worry about it.


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