Weight Loss Linked To This Hormone In Postmenopausal Women

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Along with fears of balding, going gray and discovering new wrinkles on our faces, gaining weight with age is a common concern for many. Our slowing metabolism is accepted for tacking on these few pounds, but a new study may have found yet another reason: hormones|A new study might have found yet another reason: hormones, although our slowing metabolism is widely accepted for tacking on these few pounds|For tacking on those few pounds, our slowing metabolism is widely accepted, but a new study might have found yet another reason: hormones|For tacking on these few pounds our slowing metabolism is accepted, but a new study might have found yet another reason: hormones.

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The New York Times reports that Dr. Mone Zaidi, professor of medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, found that follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), related to breeding, could account for some of the weight reduction.

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