Whether you realize it or not, fake news has real life consequences – especially stories concerning your health and weight.

The Internet and media are packed with fake diet news claims. There’s the “Three Week Diet,” “Low Carb Diet,” “Low Calorie Diet,” and don’t forget the “High Protein Diet.” Surely, you’ve seen some of this yourself.

From vegan to volumetric, paleo to protein-packed to celebrity-endorsed diets––the list goes on and on! And the failure rate of many people who start these programs goes on and on, too.

It’s a familiar trend: You start a diet, you shed a few pounds, then you fall off the wagon and gain it all back again, and then some. So, yes, “fake news,” or the illusion and allure of many programs can impact you directly, and it’s a big problem.


“Weight loss is just a case of simple math.”
“All it takes is eating less and exercising more.”
“The only reason people are overweight is their lack of willpower.”

The fake news answer: start dieting, and Bingo! Success!  But this is not as true for people with hormonal imbalance, and many nutritionists and experts agree that there is no “one size fits all” approach.

So how can you know what is fake news for you, and what is the truth?
What  if you want to break the trend, lose weight, and keep it off, for real?

Charlotte Markey, Ph.D., a psychology professor at Rutgers University-Camden who has been researching eating and dieting for more than 15 years, simply states STOP DIETING!

“A huge amount of scientific evidence tells us that dieting does not promote lasting weight loss. In fact, most dieters gain back more weight after they quit,” Markey wrote in a recent Scientific American article.


Many people who struggle with weight loss may unknowingly be battling a hormone imbalance. This is real news! Hormone imbalance directly affects your ability to lose weight and keep it off.

Are you carrying extra pounds you just can’t seem to get rid of?

You might be amazed to discover how easy weight loss can become when your hormones are back in their “sweet spot.”

Hundreds of women come to NYHW because they find it difficult or near impossible to lose that spare tire, belly fat, muffin top, kimono arms, or bat wings. Here they learn that when their cortisol is too high and their hunger hormones, leptin and ghrelin, have ground to a complete halt, weight loss is temporary, at best. Then we recommend easy adjustments, under the direction and supervision of a medical professional and a nutritionist and support staff.

Once your hormones are in balance, you are able to lose weight and keep it off, just like the hundreds of women we have already helped.

Do you feel like you are doing everything right and still struggling to lose weight?

Have us help you measure and balance your hormones and you may find it easier to balance your scale!