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Norimin (Norethisterine + Ethinylestradiol)

Some weight gain during the menopause is perfectly acceptable. As your ovaries reduce their production of hormones, your body fat acts as a manufacturing plant for oestrogen. Those last 4.5kgs (101b) you were trying to lose will serve you well. Fat produces oestrogen all our lives. Being actually overweight is of course unhealthy. Ideally women should have 25 per cent body fat in contrast to men’s 15 per cent. Women face a lot of pressure from the media and society in general to keep slim and this, at the extreme, has resulted in a number of eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. Many other women spend much of their lives yo-yo dieting which in the end completely distorts their attitude to food. How widespread this obsession is can be gauged from the fact that the diet business in the UK has an annual turnover of 6 billion pounds, having grown by nearly 200 per cent in the last eight years. Yet statistics tell us that women are getting heavier on average, not lighter. Preparing for the menopause involves some hard thinking about your diet and nutrition. You may well find that changing your eating habits to a healthier pattern will, over time, bring about some of the elusive weight loss you have always longed for.

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