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Breakfast is the easiest meal to skip—mornings are rushed and many people don’t have an appetite when they wake up. Some people even feel nauseous in the morning (which indicates a blood sugar disorder). But if you skip breakfast you may be sabotaging your weight loss efforts, increasing your risk of obesity and blood sugar […]Read More Why eating breakfast prevents weight gain and fatigue
If you want to ensure success in managing your Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism and facilitating weight loss, studies show keeping a food diary is one of the best paths to success. For instance, diet research shows those who keep a food diary lose 30 to 50 percent more weight than those who don’t. Keeping a food diary […]Read More The importance of keeping a food diary for Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism
You would think people who are overweight or obese would never feel hungry—after all, they have all that extra fat to burn. But in a cruel twist of metabolic trickery, carrying excess fat can actually make you hungrier thanks to a phenomenon called leptin resistance. For people with Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism this is double bad news […]Read More Are you always hungry and have Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism? Consider leptin resistance
You would think people who are overweight or obese would never feel hungry—after all, they have all that extra fat to burn. But in a cruel twist of metabolic trickery, carrying excess fat can actually make you hungrier thanks to a phenomenon called leptin resistance. What is leptin? Leptin is a “satiety” hormone secreted by […]Read More Are you always hungry? You could have leptin resistance