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Is Lipedema the reason you can't lose weight? Have you struggled to lose weight? Have you failed miserably regardless of diet, or exercise? Do you have painful, column-shaped legs? Are you a size 8 on top and a 14 on the bottom? Do you feel small nodules in your fatty tissue? Then there’s a chance that your poor attempts to lose weight may not be your fault.

Read on to find out more about Lipedema, a disease of the adipose (fatty) tissue that’s miserably underdiagnosed worldwide.2

I’ll tell you what to look for and where to get help.

Lipedema is a disease of the fatty tissue.2

It was discovered in the 1940’s at the Mayo Clinic in the United States.

Though it has been known about for roughly seventy to eighty years, it is woefully underdiagnosed and many doctors have never learned about it in their training, making it difficult to diagnose.

It is almost always seen in women with a few known cases of men being diagnosed.

It is estimated that 11% of women worldwide are affected.

The cause is still unknown.

However, it tends to run in families.

Is Lipedema the reason you can't lose weight?

Keep reading to find out.

1. Weight Gain is Typically Centered around Hormonal Shifts

Most women affected by Lipedema notice that they gain a lot of weight right after puberty, childbirth, or menopause.

However, weight can fluctuate during other times.

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