5 reasons why women struggle to lose weight...

You've probably already heard that losing weight is much harder for women than it is for men? But is that really true or just something we use as an excuse?

You've probably already heard that losing weight is much harder for women than it is for men? But is that really true or just something we use as an excuse?

Yes, it is indeed true! When a man and woman both try to lose weight at the same time, the woman has an inherent disadvantage that makes it difficult to see results.

Unfortunately, women have (1) a slower metabolism and if that wasn't bad enough, we have (2) higher levels of Ghrelin, the "hunger hormone" that causes cravings.

Likewise, men are able to burn more calories when doing nothing. That's because women have (3) less muscle and with muscle, men are able to burn more calories, even during rest.

(4) Pregnancy is a common cause of weight gain in women and many of us find it difficult to lose weight after giving birth. Not only because of the physical changes that occurduring pregnancy, but also because it can be difficult for women with young children to find the time for self-care.

Up to 10% of women are affected by (5) polycystic ovary syndrome, an incurable condition that can cause weight gain, among other symptoms.

So if we want to lose weight successfully, we need more support. It's important to use products that are specifically designed for women, with ingredients that have been scientifically proven to work.

Our recommendation? 5-in-1 Curve Shaper, a super-effective all-in-one solution for weight loss and a shaping the figure.