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Prevent Migraine & Avoid Middle Age Weight Gain

Is it possible to achieve long-term menstrual migraine relief and achieve your desired weight?  THE MIGRAINE – WEIGHT GAIN CONNECTION 90% of women gain weight between the ages of 35-55. The average weight gain is about 15-20 pounds, with a disproportionate amount of this weight being an increase in body fat. What is unfair about this, is the fact that much of this weight gain and/or body fat increase, can occur without, increasing caloric intake. This is different than the...
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Causes of Middle-Age Weight Gain | Good and Bad News

Address the underlying causes to alleviate or prevent middle-aged weight gain. Middle-aged weight is difficult weight gain or increases in body fat percentage that occurs in middle-aged women...not from eating the wrong foods or lack of exercise. There is a solution!
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Belly Fat and Migraine Risk

Belly Fat and Migraine Risk In a paper presented at the American Academy of Neurology, a recent study suggested that patients between the ages of 20-55 ( both men and women but especially women) who had a bigger waistline, particularly with excess fat around the stomach, were at increased risk of experiencing migraines. Waist circumference was found to be a better predictor of migraine activity than general obesity in both men and women up until age 55. Earlier research has linked...
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