This article from Nia Shanks piqued our curiosity. It’s called 24 Tips to Uncomplicate How You Eat and Work Out.
It offers up some nuggets of wisdom that will help you make sense of all the weight loss journey accounts you read online. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:
There are no women’s-specific protein powders or the like. Slapping a “made for women” claim on a product label usually means one thing: a higher price tag than the equivalent product not marketed directly at women.
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