Hypothyroidism is estimated to affect up to 8.5% of people from Western countries, and around 20 million Americans. What’s more worrying, however, is that up to 60% of people are undiagnosed, often because we don’t realise what the symptoms of an underactive thyroid are. Learn more here: http://www.dietvsdisease.org/13-signs-of-hypothyroidism/
Have you been diagnosed with an underactive thyroid or suspect you have one? Looking for a sample meal plan tailored to your condition… one that you can follow right now? The 14-Day Meal Plan For Hypothyroidism and Weight Loss is a Dietitian-made plan to help make life easier (and more delicious) when learning what you [Discover More...]
Prev post1 of 3Next Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland is underactive. It affects the body’s metabolism rate, which is controlled primarily by the thyroid gland. Some of the common symptoms associated with hypothyroidism are fatigue, increased sensitivity to cold, constipation, dry skin, puffy face, hoarse voice, muscle cramping, sudden weight gain, depression and brittle
Thyroid hormones are a driving factor behind metabolic rate and weight management. As you would expect, many health problems emerge if our thyroid stops working properly. Studies show that at the very least 3.7% of American adults have an underactive thyroid. This article provides an unbiased summary of what to eat for an underactive thyroid, splitting fact from fiction. See it at http://www.dietvsdisease.org/the-best-diet-for-an-underactive-thyroid/
It's estimated that as many as 25 million Americans have a thyroid problem, and half of them have no idea that they do. Here are 10 signs that you may have a thyroid problem. And also 10 things you can do about it...