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anti-estrogenic diet for women over 50

I'm almost 53 I exercise at home which I love. But recently I had a muscle strain so backed off exercising for a while. I"m getting fat again:)

But I was wondering about this diet and does a woman whose had a hysterectomy but still has her ovaries at this age produce too little estrogen or too much. And would this diet work for me? Please let me know.

Thanks Sharon




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how to workout when injured to prevent weight gain
by: Monica

Hi Sharon

Thanks for writing to ask my advice. I'm not a hormone expert but there's a site called Women to Women where you will find tons of great articles about testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, and solutions for any imbalances you may be experiencing.

As far as your weight gain goes there is plenty you can do to keep yourself lean when injured. I know first hand what it's like not to be able to workout at all and then you see the pounds creeping back and it's a terrible feeling.

The biggest mistake people make after an injury (big or small) is not moving. I've been seriously injured about 4 times and moving is what helped me heal faster.

The most important thing you can do is cardio and core work. Walk, cycle, or swim. It will burn calories and help your mobility. Then work on strengthen your core. A majority of injuries happen because people have little to no core stability. Start with the toned abs workout then progress from there.

Make sure that if your injury is serious you get an o.k. from your doctor before starting anything and if you are seeing a p.t. make sure to finish their program first before starting something on your own.





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