A gluten-free diet can relieve many uncomfortable Hashimoto symptoms such as fatigue, constipation, unexplained weight gain, and muscle aches. This article shares 3 gluten-free soup recipes just in time to warm up for fall.
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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.
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.
It’s no secret that muscle mass decreases with age. Maintaining it is one of the central elements of longevity. Even though muscle loss mostly affects the elderly, preventive action needs to take place as early as age thirty.