A British doctor advises women who face a problem not to lose weight, despite their commitment to a diet, not to imitate men in this area.
Doctor Sarah Gottfried, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, says that many diets followed by women fail, because they are designed for men.
The British doctor believes that women lose control of their weight in their thirties, due to stress, the requirements of motherhood and advancing age.
She stated that she faced many women who made great efforts to lose excess fat, by exercising and eating properly.
She said problems like this start in middle age, when getting rid of body fat becomes more difficult than before.
Noting that women express their frustration that the same steps followed by men lead to better results.
She added that the solution lies not in calculating calories or recording the miles women walk, but in understanding female hormones.
She stressed that women should follow a hormone-focused diet, so that foods support metabolism-boosting hormones, and it is preferable to avoid foods and life habits that slow down the metabolism and contribute to the body’s early aging.
Among the foods recommended by the British doctor, healthy fats, especially omega-3 fats found in oily fish, nuts, and adding avocado oil to salads, helps you feel full.
The doctor recommends avoiding sugar and refined carbohydrates.