March 20

Lose Menopausal Belly Fat FOR GOOD with These Foods


Lose Menopausal Belly Fat FOR GOOD with These Foods Changing to a high protein low carb start to your day and consistently eating a high protein meal at lunch and dinner can change your ability to lose menopause weight and menopause belly fat.
By improving blood sugar levels, reducing insulin resistance and positively influencing your ability to preserve or gain lean muscle tissue, you can support exercise effort and longevity.
Animal protein is generally high quality and more bioavailable for the use of muscle, but regardless of whether you are a vegetarian or carnivore, maintaining muscle is key. Essential amino acids in protein are the building blocks of muscle.


Are you tired of settling for weight gain and fatigue just because you’re approaching or have already passed age 50? You can still get in the best shape of your life, no matter your age!

Debra Atkinson – a 39-year fitness veteran and international fitness presenter, Master trainer to personal trainers, and a former (15-year) University Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology – created this channel to share weekly videos for women to help with hormonal changes in menopause, pro aging nutrition, and strength training for women over 50.

Debra is the bestselling author of Hot, Not Bothered; You Still Got It, Girl! The After 50 Fitness Formula For Women, and Navigating Fitness After 50: Your GPS For Choosing Programs and Professionals You Can Trust, and host of the Flipping 50 podcast and Flipping 50 TV. She is a frequent blogger for Huffington Post and an expert contributor on ShareCare.

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  • I do a workout class at 10 in the morning. I need oatmeal to sustain me during the 60 min workout. I have tried eggs and it was not enough.

  • Could you please add the names of each of the ingredients you used? I would like to try that yummy breakfast.

  • Are you a nutritionist along with being a trainer? Just curious since you do seem to have some knowledge in that area.

  • Intermittent fasting worked for a while but I’ve noticed that it is no longer working. I am guilty of doing coffee until noon and I’m gonna stop that habit. You have inspired me to eat breakfast starting with a protein shake. I’ve been watching you over the last three weeks and I have learned so much from you. Anything I watch I learn! Thank you!

  • How about beans as a protein source. Or nuts/peanut butter.
    Are the not a total protein alone? Do we need to have them with a carbohydrate?
    Thank you!!
    I’m guilty of a noon breakfast too. But am working on an earlier dinner, awake earlier, and be hungry earlier

    • Beans? Protein? They are mostly carbs! In 100g of boiled Kidney Beans there’s only 9g of protein and 23g of carbs! I’m not even mentioning baked beans in tomato sauce, it’s mostly carbs and added sugar!! Nuts? They’re mostly fat, and small amount of protein. I mean, why don’t you just read their nutrition information?

    • @Viktoria Kireeva I don’t mind the naturally included carbohydrates. What I am asking about isn’t on the label. It’s about combining foods for a complete protein.

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