Are you undergoing thyroid treatment but not getting better?
Do you have ALL of the symptoms of hypothyroidism but normal "thyroid labs"?
Is T4 making your symptoms WORSE or are you gaining weight while taking this medication?
If so, hypothalamic obesity disorder may be the underlying cause of your symptoms.
This condition mimics hypothyroid like symptoms but the treatment is completely different, and what's worse is that thyroid treatment may make this condition worse.Continue reading
When you think of progesterone most of us are conditioned to think that it causes weight loss.
But the truth is that progesterone can cause both weight loss and weight gain, depending on the situation of who is using it.
Not only that but how you take progesterone and at what dose may determine if it helps with weight loss or weight gain.
Learn how to use progesterone correctly in this post. Continue reading
Can your diet change the course of Graves' disease?
Do certain foods make hyperthyroidism worse? Do certain foods make it better?
Can you lose weight by eating certain foods if you have this disease?
The truth is that changing your diet can certainly impact the progression of Graves' BUT you must be doing it the right way.
In this Graves' disease diet guide you will learn the answer to all of these questions and more:Continue reading
Is Contrave really a miracle weight loss medication?
Well, it is a newer weight loss medication but it's far from perfect.
This particular medication helps people lose weight by influencing certain factors in the body ranging from hormonal control to appetite modulation.
Because of this certain people stand to benefit more from using this medication than others.
Learn how Contrave can help with weight loss and determine if it is right for you:Continue reading
It's estimated that up to 10% of people in the US have subclinical hypothyroidism.
Statistically speaking that means you have a pretty high chance of having this issue even if you have tested "normal" for thyroid lab tests.
Because subclinical hypothyroidism represents a treatable condition on the hypothyroid spectrum it's critical to accurately diagnose and treat this condition early.
Failure to treat can lead to overt hypothyroidism and worsening symptoms down the line.
In this guide I will walk you through everything you need to know about sub clinical hypothyroidism including 5 reasons you should treat the condition ASAP:Continue reading
Dizziness, weight gain, water retention...
These are just some high progesterone symptoms.
If you think you are experiencing issues with progesterone you need to make sure you understand what causes high progesterone, but also how to treat it.
Use this checklist to determine if you meet the criteria:Continue reading
Take your daily supplement regimen to the next level with hydrolyzed collagen.
This powerful supplement has been clinically shown to increase hair growth, help with weight loss and slow down & reverse the aging process.
Collagen is a special form of amino acid and most people simply don't get enough of it in their daily diet.
Learn why hydrolyzed collagen is the best form of collagen to start out with and how to use it properly in this guide: Continue reading
Unlike many supplements out there collagen has been clinically proven to help with things like weight loss and fat loss.
These benefits (and others) stem from the fact that so many people are deficient in collagen due to deficiencies in their diet.
If you want to improve the quality and texture of your skin, heal your GI tract, lose weight and improve inflammation then you should seriously consider using collagen peptides.
Let's start with the basics and go from there: Continue reading
Certain supplements have the potential to reduce inflammation and treat autoimmunity.
This is extremely important for hyperthyroid patients when you consider that, in most cases, hyperthyroidism is caused by an autoimmune condition known as Graves' disease.
Learn more about how to supplement for hyperthyroidism and what you can do to take control of your symptoms in this guide:Continue reading
Hyperthyroid patients can and do gain weight!
You are NOT crazy if this is happening to you and it can be explained perfectly with science.
Believe it or not weight gain in hyperthyroid patients is actually quite common - with reports showing as many as 50% of patients who deal with this particular issue.
We need to understand WHY this happens in order to figure out how to fix the problem and help you lose weight.
Let's jump in: Continue reading