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I went on it When testosterone levels improved -so did their emotional symptoms. The Hypothyroidism Solution is written by Duncan Capicchiano, a world renowned, fully qualified naturopath. Chicken and turkey contain tyrosine, an important amino acid that combines with iodine to make the thyroid gland function properly. Sea vegatables are rich in iodine too - you can try kelp, kombu, wakame, arame and dulse.

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Do you really suffer from Hypothyroidism? That question needs an answer before you embark on a course of treating it. Getting an accurate test from a physician to diagnose hypothyroidism can be difficult. The truth is, most medical doctors, and conventional medicine as a whole, have failed miserably to truly help the public with thyroid disorders, which is well supported by testimony from thousands of unhappy patients. You may have been to your doctor and had a test, and the doctor tells you that you are in the "normal range".

But you are still dealing with symptoms and know something is very wrong in your body. Hypothyroidism is the root cause of many symptoms of disease. Because your doctor has given you one test that determines you to be normal does not mean you are in fact normal and not dealing with hypothyroidism.

The Living Well Plan. Read more free thyroid tips from Victoria Are you borderline hypothyroid? Read this before you conceive TIP 5: The Negative Calorie Diet Here is a diet concept that results in massive weight loss. With this program, it's possible to lose up to 14 pounds in 7 days. It is also the number 1 selling weight loss program at Clickbank. This is like no other weight loss plan you have ever seen. The only thing is Jenny Craig is quite a bit more expensive than Nutri System.

I went on it Don't waste your money. Nea - I have not tried Nutri-system - too expensive for me. When my youngest was born in , I weighed lbs. On my 5'4" frame, it was not a pretty sight. I finally looked in the mirror one day and broke down. I had a friend who had a lot of success with Richard Simmons, so I started there.

I started with his 'Deal a Meal', and before long put the cards down because I had the hang of it. It took 4 years, but I lost lbs. In , when I separated from my first husband, I began to gain some weight, and quickly started watching my food intake and increased my exercise. But nothing was moving. In , I was working for an Internist, and during a routine exam, she found a thyroid nodule.

She sent me for a few tests, and it turned out to be 'cold' could turn cancerous so I was put on thyroid meds and told to 'watch it'. Problem, in 'watching it', I learned that the blood tests for thyroid activity has such a wide range that 'within normal limits' means nothing. I was sluggish, couldn't shed the weight 20 lbs extra , and found myself with concentration problems and overall pain.

I was finally diagnosed with Fibromyalgia - and put on pain meds to control the aches. During the course of this, I realized the lump on my neck was growing - it was actually visable, when it had not been before. I set myself up with the BEST Endocrinologist in the city, and after one appointment was scheduled to see an endo-surgeon. My Thyroid was removed in Over the course of this mess, I did the research and discovered how to control the weight, the pain, and the memory issues. Funny - the doctors never mentioned it.

Since then, I have lost the extra weight, do not take the thyroid meds they said I would need the rest of my life, and the Fibro is mostly under control. It is simple - and you do not have to spend alot money. Do not eat protein with Carbs 4. Do not eat carbs with protein 5. Exercise how ever you like for 15 minutes a day 6.

Get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night I know this sounds too good to be true, but the 'weight loss' companies make a fortune everyday on those of us who are convinced we cannot do it on our own. And, unless you have a doctor who is willing to discuss nutrition and healthy lifestyles - they will more than likely just tell you to watch what you eat and exercise - or worse - offer you some type of appetite control med. To clarify the need for supplements - consider the food supply we have.

The fat free items only replace the type of chemicals you are putting in your body, and offer no nutritional value. Everything we touch is enriched, processed or something is added. We have been convinced fat is bad - but fat in our diet is essential. Our bodies need fat like a car needs oil. It is necessary for every bodily function, and without it, everything is off kilter.

You do need to watch the type of fat you consume - but you need it. Get off the diet cokes!!! They contain Aspartame, an ingrediant found in red ant poisen, and with enough of it in your system, you may exhibit symptoms of MS. Eat organic whenever you can. Paul Newman's daughter has a line of organic foods out and they are wonderful. Because the pesticides, chemicals, hormones, etc. It can be expensive to go ALL organic - but choose the items you consume themost of and change those over.

Here in Kentucky there is a brand of Beef called 'Laura's Lean'. It is sold at Kroger and probably other places - not sure and the meat is completely hormone free and the feed grain is pesticide and chemical free.

If you ever have the chance to try an organic vs. I could go on and on - but for the sake of everyone's time - let me suffice it to say - you can do this on your own - and if yoiu focus on Nutrition rather than eight loss - the weight will come off anyway when you are putting the good stuff into your body.

If anyone wants more info - let me know. I do nutritional consulting on the side from time to time and will happily share all the info I have! Originally Posted by Nea1. Has anyone tried Nutri-system to lose weight? I am pre-menopausal and have thyroid issues at 36 and have gained weight. Regular diet and exercise keep me from gaining more, but cannot lose. I hear Nutri-system can help. Anyone try or still using it? Originally Posted by Adream.

Oh Nea1, welcome to my world. When you're 5'3" and small boned - that's major. Finally got the thyroid meds - it's impossible to function without them, let alone lose that weight. So that is a vital first step. I lost the weight that those two bodily changes blasted me with by doing my own variation of the Atkins diet, which actually turned out to be closer to the South Beach diet which was published later.

Minimal carbs, lean and healthy protein, lots of fresh vegetables, salads and some fruits. A fresh apple with peanut butter is my stand-by snack.