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Lose Weight After 50 (Part 2 of 3): 7 Fat Loss Strategies that Work - Fix That Fat

Lose Weight After 50 (Part 2 of 3): 7 Fat Loss Strategies that Work

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In the first part of our series, we talked about metabolic issues that make it harder to lose weight as we age.

Here in part 2 of our series, I’ll walk you through fat loss strategies that work after 50.

If you’ve been followed my channel, you know that I am a proponent of low-carb/high-fat dieting, which is certainly an effective strategy for weight loss.

But when we are over the age of 50, we need to look at this diet strategy with a bit of a twist so that we make sure we are keeping our carb intake low enough to bypass insulin resistance, AND that we are eating in a way that feeds our good gut bacteria.

This can be a tricky combination because these two things can conflict with each other.

In this video, I explain how following a “Smart-Carb/Right-Fat Diet” is the path to successful and healthy weight loss after 50.

And, I walk you through 7 strategies to make the diet work.

Watch Part 1 of our Lose Weight After 50 Series:

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Dr. Becky Gillaspy graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1991. After the birth of her daughter, she left private practice and accepted her first teaching position at a career college, and then went on to teach online courses for Ashford University and The University of Phoenix. Through the years, she has taught a variety of health-related courses, including anatomy, physiology, and nutrition. Her YouTube Channel shares insights and research into the how to lead a healthy lifestyle. It is offered for informational purposes only. Do not change your diet, medication, or other health practices without your doctor’s consent.

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