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Hypothyroidism Women Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Hypothyroidism Women.

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Eating with Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism, the chronic condition of an under-active thyroid, affects millions of Americans. It's most commonly caused by chronic autoimmune thyroiditis or Hashimoto's disease, and can result in a variety of symptoms, including: weight ga...  Read more

3 Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight

You've been sticking faithfully to your calorie range and exercise plans for awhile now, but you're not seeing the results you want on your scale. Meanwhile, your weight -loss buddy is happily watching the pounds melt away week after week. No...  Read more

Is Fitness Harder for Females?

Here at SparkPeople, we're committed to helping everyone embrace healthy, active lifestyles, regardless of fitness level, capability or gender. That said, there are times when certain groups of people face unique challenges. In that spirit, we...  Read more

Are You Wearing the Right Sports Bra?

Every active woman, regardless of her breast size, should have a sports bra as a part of her fitness wardrobe. Not only do these specially designed bras offer better support and more comfort than a regular bra, they also help minimize movement during...  Read more

Gender and Weight Loss: How Your Sex Affects Your Success

No, this is not an article on that ever-popular question about whether sex counts as aerobic exercise. (It doesn't. Get over it.) This article is about gender differences in exercise and weight loss. This is your chance to get the facts you...  Read more

Your mother is a wise woman. Congratulations!
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Your mother is a wise woman. Congratulations!...  Read more

Are there any tips from pregnant women on this pos
Updated 8/18/2016 10:09:12 AM

Are there any tips from pregnant women on this post? They want me to only eat 1200 calories (I chose maintain weight as I don't want to gain too fast), but I feel that isn't good for the baby, I make sure my snacks are healthy! I am 19 weeks along....  Read more

Do any of you older women do weight training? It's
Updated 8/14/2016 11:13:13 AM

Do any of you older women do weight training? It's good for bone density, builds muscle which speeds up your metabolism, and it's easy to track your strength gains. I had a new personal record on deadlifts this week. 3 sets of 4 with 155 pounds!...  Read more

Just taking a poll: how many women on here are 50+
Updated 8/13/2016 6:46:57 AM

Just taking a poll: how many women on here are 50+ and menopausal and trying to lose weight? What have you found to be helpful?...  Read more

Go ladies! Women are rocking the Olympics this ye
Updated 8/12/2016 11:33:34 PM

Go ladies! Women are rocking the Olympics this year!...  Read more

Hypothyroidism & Soy Products

Hypothyroidism is generally treated with synthetic thyroid hormone and soy has long been thought to interfere with the body's ability to absorb the medication. Until the medical community can assure me (I have hypothyroidism) it's safe for me to co...  Read more

Circuit Training Change-Up - Keeping it interesting

I do circuit training type exercises a the gym, where I push myself for an allotted time or amount of reps, then quickly move on to the next, I rest at the end of the circuit & go again. I find different exercises in magazines, online, through other...  Read more

50+ Females!

We're a group of "finely aged" women are are determined to live our lives getting and staying fit, healthy and active! Join us and remember, 50+ Ladies ROCK THEIR WORLD!...  Read more

Surprising Reasons You're Always Tired

In 2001, Kim Rhyne gained 20 pounds in six weeks. Normally an energetic women’s ministry leader in Cleveland, she was suddenly so exhausted that she could barely drag herself out of bed. “I wasn’t eating a lot more or doing anythin...  Read more

11 Hidden Signs You Might Have a Thyroid Problem

If you are a Dancing with the Stars fan, you are likely familiar with co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet’s recent surgery to remove her thyroid cancer. Unfortunately, Brooke’s history with thyroid issues is not unique; an estimated 27 million A...  Read more