A lot of things have been said about weight loss. But not many have linked it to the amount of food taken in during lunch and dinner.
Learn the truth about the popular weight-loss method.
So 67% of Americans are overweight, 37% of those people are obese & diabetes as well as heart disease are both on the rise.
If you’re trying to lose a few pounds and unsheathe your abs, you eat a salad. It’s just what you do.
Weight gain is a common symptom of thyroid disease. Like many people with Hashimoto’s, I struggled with both weight gain and weight loss throughout my thyroid journey.
Weight loss can sometimes seem impossible because even after hard-won success, the pounds can creep back.
A while back I asked my readers why it’s so hard to stay in shape. Most of them agreed that they knew they needed to sleep and exercise more, and eat less- but knowing and doing are three different things.
We all know that exercise is supposed to be good for us, but only about 20 percent of people move regularly.
There are many ingredients claimed to be helpful with losing extra weight. The bad thing is that your body is designed to start storing energy in the form of fat, as soon as possible. That was a good thing for our ancestors because it meant to keep them warm and have more energy on bad terms.
Weight gain is common in those with hypothyroid conditions. And while most people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis have a difficult time losing weight, a small percentage of people with hypothyroid conditions find it challenging to gain weight. In this article I will discuss the common factors which cause some people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s to experience weight loss and/or find it difficult to gain weight.