Women are usually the more self-conscious gender when it comes to issues of weight, and it is a hidden self-shaming that can often happen, yet may not even be factually accurate in terms of “weight” range and “health”.
As women reach their late 20s and early 30s, the metabolism is naturally slowing down, gradually, as compared to their teenage years and early 20s. On top of everyday stressful situations or triggers, women also tend to have a hard time losing weight after childbirth.
It can involve many factors, not only eating habits but also exercise and regular monitoring of hormones and organ functions.
If there is thyroid concerns in the family history, or diabetes or heart disease, then it is further recommended to have regular check-ups with your Doctor first.