Hi Colleen, Welcome to the MN fat to fit team. You mentioned your thyroid up above, I am hypothyroid. One thing I have learned these last 2 years is that even if your TSH numbers look "normal" you can still have a problem. get a second opinion. the "normal" range changed a couple years ago from 0.5 -5.0 to 0.3-3.0. Doctors will still tell you that you are in range if your numbers are between 3.0 and 5.0. Secondly, most people feel more normal and find it easier to lose weight if their numbers are between a 1-2. Thirdly, you numbers can look normal, but you can still have symptoms. Sorry, so much info, so little space. If you have questions, let me know. Good luck!
Saw you on the 40-SomethingísÖ team page and thought I'd pop over and welcome you! Take your time, and you'll quickly learn how to navigate the sight. You've taken the first step to becoming the person you always think of yourself as being!
Iím always happy to help anyway I can. Also, I give free advice and donít charge a penny, so if you donít like it, youíre not out anything!