Weight Loss, Beyond the Calories, Part IV

Today we are discussing Weight Loss, Beyond the Calories Part Four.  In this series we are discussing the multitude of causes for an individual to be unable to lose weight. Today we will be discussing the effects of hormones, specifically testosterone and estrogen on weight loss for both sexes.

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