Why is it so hard to lose weight? – Part 2

  • By Low Thyroid Help
  • 28 September, 2010
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It’s raining cats and dogs. It’s dark and gloomy outside.. so inviting to be indoors. And to think that a few days ago it was 82 F and I was sitting by the lake watching and listening to the wavy water while working on the laptop. Well, this cold day seems to be a good one to add some delicious fat to the diet 😉 A fat that has shown to speed up the your metabolism and keep you warm. … Read More →

Why is it so hard to lose weight? – Part 1

  • By Low Thyroid Help
  • 22 September, 2010
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First of all I would like to let you know that I am still around .. perhaps you heard the news that am moving to Argentina soon Well, I am still here in colorful Canada where leaves of trees are turning read now that fall has arrived. Life has been hectic for me as you can imagine but trying to take things easy while trusting that all will unfold in the perfect way. By the way, my move does not … Read More →

Big energy thieves ..

Last time we talked about some foods that can rob you of your precious energy. We mentioned sugar, caffeine and high carb foods, and said that today we would talk about other things so heeere we go.. The first one belongs to the category of ‘foods’ and it is something becoming very popular, and something many people still think is safe. Artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners are not good for the body. First of all they are linked to fatigue but … Read More →

7 Ways to Combat Constipation

Over a week ago we asked you what was your most pressing question and one thing that many of our readers mentioned was constipation. We know that this is a big issue for people with low thyroid function so here are seven things that can help you combat this very annoying symptom in a safe way. By the way, we are still responding to all your emails. We got tons. If you sent a question and haven’t heard from us … Read More →

Controversial food to avoid

Here I am, hugging a tree and trying at the same time to write this email; I am outside, the wind is blowing quite fast and I don’t want to be blown away. The good thing is that it is warm, quite enjoyable and refreshing, so before I or my laptop starts flying let me share with you an email that Colleen, one of our subscribers sent to us with very important information. It’s about soy which you know we … Read More →

From Head to Toe Paradise Fruit Helps You to…

We went to a very nice park full of trails called Sixteen Mile Creek and walked for an hour and a half at a fast pace. We love it there. The trees are old and tall and sometimes you get to see woodpeckers. Anyway we were about to leave the park when I saw a spot full of fruit trees and the floor covered. I asked my husband to stop, I wanted to see if they were apples. And, yes … Read More →

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