Cleaning up your diet (organics and no fast or junk foods, artificial sweeteners, limiting sugar), a clean source of water (avoid soda), getting a moderate amount of exercise, finding time for yourself and ways to manage stress, adequate sleep, keeping your thyroid numbers and TSH is a spot that works for your particular body... are all important to health and weight loss with thyroid disease.
Another aspect of diet is avoiding foods that your body doesn't like... including some foods that may be considered healthy for the general population... but which just don't get along with your particular body.
One way to identify those foods is if you retain water (a sign of inflammation) and find you have gained a few pounds the next day... or if you start to bloat up in your stomach area ( a sign that the bacteria in your gut are increasing because the food you've consumed is not being digested properly), from 20 minutes to hours after consuming this food.
In this the case, you must eliminate it.
Let us know what we as a team can do to help you on your journey.
| current weight: 146.0