Unexplained Weight Gain

Unexplained Weight Gain and Hypothyroidism

Are you dealing with unexplained weight gain but have no idea why or how you’re packing on those extra pounds? There are several reasons why you may be suddenly gaining weight, including: diabetes, stress, and even menopause; however, if none of these conditions seem to be the cause of your unexplained weight gain, you should probably get tested for hypothyroidism.

 

Persons, who battle hypothyroidism, normally have to deal with sudden weight gain or obesity. In addition to these afflictions, other symptoms of hypothyroidism include: heart problems, joint pains, fatigue, and cold intolerance. The good news, however, is that you don’t have to live with the extra pounds forever.

Weight Loss Secrets You Should Know

  1. Eliminate Refined Flour and Sugar from Your Diet – You’re probably taken aback by this first tip; however, following this tip will be quite beneficial to your weight loss journey. Grains (that make flour) and sugarcane (that makes sugar) contain valuable vitamins and minerals. But did you know that once the sugarcane and flour are processed they lose most, if not all of their nutritional value. Furthermore, eating large amounts of refined foods can result in sudden weight gain, so avoid refined foods as much as you possibly can.

 

  1. Refrain from Eating Foods That Shutdown Your Thyroid – You should educate yourself about those foods that help your thyroid and those foods that cause it to shut down.  For instance, eating soy can potentially suppress your thyroid, thereby worsening your hypothyroidism and causing you to gain weight.

 

  1. Eat Often and Eat Small Portions – Did you know that you’re more like to gain weight when you eat three large meals per day, when compared to eating (for instance) six small meals for the day? Eating smaller portions more frequently enables your body to burn more energy; thus, allowing you to keep the weight off.

 

  1. Avoid Over-Exercising – While exercising does help you to lose weight, over-exercising can lead to sudden weight gain. This is due to the fact that over-exercising can halt your body’s production of the thyroid hormone.

 

Discussing Unexplained Weight Gain with Your Doctor

If you’re suddenly gaining weight but can’t determine a reason for it, you should go and see your doctor immediately. Other than your sudden weight gain, if you’re experiencing any other symptoms, you should discuss these with your doctor as well. Living with hypothyroidism isn’t fun; however, an early diagnosis, a good treatment plan, and an even better underactive thyroid diet will help you to lose those extra pounds and live healthily.

 

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