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If you’re struggling with your weight – whether you’re trying to shed pounds or looking to become healthier – you probably know there are a lot of factors that may affect getting the results you want. For example, did you know your hormones play a major role in losing weight?

Joining us to help us learn more is Dr. Jeffrey Kotzen of the Kotzen Center for Women’s Health, who is an expert on hormones and insulin, as well as Dawn Duty, who is here to share her own weight loss journey.

Similar to Dawn, over 1 million people have found a better way to lose weight with GOLO – and it’s the opposite to what the diet industry wants you to do. GOLO is a lifestyle change, not a diet.

GOLO’s team of doctors, researchers, pharmacists and formulators have spent over 9 years developing Release, an all-natural plant-based nutraceutical designed to balance hormones, increase metabolic efficiency, and help combat Insulin Resistance and metabolic dysfunction. Release is designed to be used in conjunction with the GOLO Metabolic Plan for maximum results.

With GOLO you can lose fat, improve hormone efficiency, and improve glucose and insulin performance so you can eliminate unhealthy dieting and diet foods for good. Stay tuned – you don’t want to miss this!

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