Wednesday, 21 September 2011

The Hypothyroid Diet

What is The Hypothyroid Diet, how is it different, and will it work for you?

The Hypothyroid Diet is a simple step-by-step program designed to help jumpstart your thyroid so you can lose weight, beat fatigue, and feel normal again. This diet is not a low calorie diet, and you don't have to keep track of every calorie you put into your mouth. It's not a low fat diet, and it's not a high protein diet, and there's no counting of points or weighing of foods. The Hypothyroid Diet helps you detoxify your body from harmful substances that may be blocking thyroid hormone production. It shows you what foods you need to eat, so you can feed your thyroid the nutrients it needs in order to thrive. It helps you eliminate food allergies/sensitivities and it will show you how to stabilize your blood sugar. Within The Hypothyroid Diet is a system, and I call this system the DES system, which stands for Detoxification, Elimination, and Stabilization.

Here's how it works...

Every day, harmful chemicals get into your body that you're unaware of. These chemicals look just like the minerals your thyroid needs to make thyroid hormone. However, if you are low on the minerals your body needs to produce thyroid hormone, which most Americans are, your body will try to use these harmful chemicals instead, because they look just like the minerals it needs. The result is your body will be unable to make thyroid hormone. This program will help you identify and eliminate the nasty chemicals your body doesn't need, and it will show you which minerals you do need to make thyroid hormone.

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Eliminate Hypothyroid Symptoms in Three Simple Steps

In this article, I'm going to share with you the three hidden pillars to overcoming hypothyroid symptoms.

I accidentally discovered these three hidden pillars when I was looking for a natural solution to my wife's hypothyroidism.

These hidden pillars are used by doctors who treat life-threatening illnesses including cancer.

My discovery occurred after my wife had her thyroid removed.

Her thyroid was removed due to cancer.

You see, conventional medicine had failed her. I HAD to find a solution.

So, I went to seminars, I spoke with specialists, I researched and read any material I could get my hands on that dealt with hypothyroidism.

I studied how some doctors were curing patients from chronic disease and even cancer.

And I started to see a common theme...

I noticed most doctors had a clinic where people would stay for a period of time during treatment.

And then I read this statement, "95% of all disease occurs because of the environment and diet." And this is from a reputable source.

Think about that for a moment...

This means cancer, and yes, even hypothyroidism can be prevented and possibly cured with the right environment and diet.

So, if you're going to get over hypothyroid symptoms, you must control your environment and diet.

One of the myths that I would like to address is that one pill is going to cure your hypothyroidism.

It's just too difficult for one pill to overcome ALL the possible causes of hypothyroidism.

Let's look at one cause, the environment.

Whether you know it or not, your environment is dumping nasty chemicals into your body every day through the air, water, and food. And you need to get these nasty chemicals out of your body.

You can do this through a process called detoxification. This is the first hidden pillar to eliminating hypothyroid symptoms.


The best way to get the chemicals out is to not let them in at all.

So, filter the air you breathe, the water you drink - and shower in. You need to do this because there are hormone disruptors in the water and air.

Monday, 5 September 2011

Hypothyroidism and Weight

As you probably already know, the most common symptom of hypothyroidism is weight gain.

So, if your thyroid is running at half speed, how can you lose weight with hypothyroidism?

Well, aside from the obvious recommendations of diet and exercise, you need to get the right treatment. And getting the right treatment is not an easy task.

First of all, before you can get the right treatment you need the right physician.

How do you find THE best doctor?

By asking the right questions...

1. What test(s) do you run to determine hypothyroidism?
If the doctor just runs a TSH test, move on and keep looking for a doctor.

2. Do you use a pathological or functional reference range to compare test results?
Make sure the doctor uses a functional reference guide.

3. How often will you test my thyroid if I need medication?
If the doctor doesn't initially run a monthly thyroid panel, move on.

4. What are my treatment options if I have hypothyroidism?
Some people will respond better to some medications than others, so ask about medication options. If there is only one type of medication they use - look for another doctor.