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You CAN lose weight in

What if you could lose weight even when you're in perimenopause without fad diets or deprivation?

A decade ago, you could shift half a stone in a couple of weeks if you put your mind to it.

But now, no matter what you try, that fat tyre round the middle won’t budge. And it’s getting worse. It’s like your fat cells take on superpowers while you sleep. Am I right?

How to lose weight in perimenopause ebook

In How to Lose Weight When You're In Perimenopause, I'll share what the diet industry doesn't want you to know… that losing weight, regaining your energy, and getting your glow back really IS possible without breaking the bank or resorting to weird food, juice fasts and a lifetime of misery. Even when you're in that tricky peri-menopause zone. And it absolutely is NOT about eating less and moving more.

The truth is, you're going to need to do things differently. And I'm going to let you know what that looks like..

Here's what's inside...

The real reason you're not losing weight right now

The key to your personal success story

Which foods to eat (and what to avoid) over 40

The exercise mistakes that could be jeopardising your best efforts to lose weight

The lifestyle upgrades you MUST make now (don't worry - this is stuff you'll actually want to do!)

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About the author

Hi, I’m Ailsa Hichens, an experienced (and award-winning) nutritionist & health coach who specialises in helping midlife women lose weight and make peace with their bodies.

I'm a full member of the British Menopause Society and I’ve spent a decade in clinic working with clients just like you who have discovered that losing weight is NOT just about eating less until you can stand it no longer. I help people fix their relationship with food and eat the ‘right’ things for them – and this is absolutely critical after 40 because the rules suddenly get very different.

I’m also a menopausal working mum of 7 (three kids, four cats), and I know how hard it is to juggle healthy eating with real life.

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