How to manage Hashimoto’s disease and lose weight during menopause
Hashimoto’s and menopause can be an awful combination. But you can feel great and lose weight despite both with the right diet, exercise, sleep, and more.
Hashimoto’s and Fatigue: 3 Tips to deal with Pernicious Anemia
Hashimoto’s tends to go hand in hand with pernicious anemia. If your symptoms of fatigue are not managed even with thyroid medication, consider testing and addressing pernicious anemia.
Hashimoto’s and Sarcopenia
Sarcopenia or age-related muscle loss can affect your quality of life, especially with Hashimoto’s. Learn what Sarcopenia is and evidence-based ways to combat it.
5 steps to overcome exercise intolerance when you have Hashimoto’s
Hashimoto’s keeping you from exercising? Overcome exercise intolerance with this guide to exercising with Hashimoto’s to reduce fatigue, muscle pain, and more.
How to Lose Belly Fat with Hashimoto’s
Hashimoto’s can worsen belly fat that arise from hormones, inflammation, and insulin resistance. Learn why and how to lose it even with Hashimoto’s.
3 Essentials for your Hashimoto’s Workouts – Dr E. Kiberd
Common exercise recommendations for women with Hashimoto’s include walking, doing light cardio, stretching, and going to yoga and pilates. But I know when I did these with Hashimoto’s, I felt worse afterward, gained more weight, and my joints ached to no end. I needed to work out smarter, not harder.
Should I Remove Gluten From My Diet With Hashimoto’s?
A gluten-free diet is a lifestyle change suggested to many women with Hashimoto’s to alleviate symptoms. To understand the correlation between an autoimmune disease like Hashimoto’s and a gluten-free diet, we have to understand the Hashimoto woman’s reaction to gluten on a cellular level.
Hashimoto’s and Exercise: 3 Strength moves Every Woman Must Do
Hashimoto’s can make you exhausted, and then the weight piles on. Unfortunately, exercise advice that doctors typically give to Hashimoto’s patients tends to make things worse. Not only would it make you more tired, but it can also contribute to a flare and worsen the joint hyper-mobility many women with autoimmune diseases have.
The Importance of Eating Protein for Hashimoto’s
You’re here because you’re ready to feel better, be stronger, and lose weight by changing your relationship with Hashimoto’s. Let me first say, congratulations! Change is possible and your diet is the best place to begin focusing your efforts to gain and maintain muscle mass. I want to help you tweak your diet to stay fuller longer, maintain your muscle mass, and begin healing on a cellular level. To accomplish these goals, we’re going to talk PROTEIN.