Are you struggling to keep weight off? Does your energy feel low throughout the day? Do you find yourself craving quick sources of energy like sugar or caffeine?

These are all signs and symptoms that your metabolism may be slowing down… so what can you do about it??

On this week’s episode of the Exercise Is Health® podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with Dr. Jessie Hehmeyer to discuss some underlying reasons why your metabolism may be slowing down. While many experts will focus on the popular scapegoats – like your thyroid function – Dr. Hehmeyer has a unique perspective on what may be going on with your body and what you can do about it.

Check out all of the details in this week’s episode!

Interested in working with Dr. Hehmeyer? Be sure to schedule a complimentary consultation with her on her website here: And remember – Exercise Is Health® listeners get 10% off when you mention that you heard our podcast 🙂

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Team MAS

Muscle Activation Schaumburg is an exercise facility located in Schaumburg, IL with a goal to help you keep your health for as long as possible. We know that it is your health that allows you to do the things you love in life. This is why we promote a lifestyle that includes exercise, rather than exercise that is a burden to your life. Muscle Activation Schaumburg provides Muscle Activation Techniques® (MAT®) and personal training services to its clients. We use MAT® and exercise to increase the function of your body. A well-functioning body is what allows you to stay healthy and do the things you love. We value helping the members of our community of Schaumburg as well as surrounding communities of the Northwest Suburbs improve their health.