Dating in the fifties
My experience may have been text book, then, but when I consulted my GP about feeling tired all the time, I discovered it had also sent my cholesterol soaring.
But if I cut back for a few weeks, I always returned to where I wanted to be on the bathroom scales.I was beginning to look like Sponge Bob Square Pants (farewell, waist!) and couldn’t get into most of my clothes without cutting off the blood supply to my internal organs, so being trim again feels good. You didn’t need to lose weight,” a neighbour remarked, to my surprise, over our driveways. You’re middle-aged, you should be eating what you want now,” sniffed a colleague, with what sounded suspiciously like contempt.Weight gain around the gut is linked to adverse metabolic changes such as an increase in bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) which can increase your risk of coronary heart disease heart disease and stroke.Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) regulates insulin sensitivity and so will reduce weight gain.