Foods that Boost Metabolism

If we can Boost our Metabolism we can SUCCEED at Weight Loss! Wonderful Water Though it might seem obvious, drinking water is one of the best things you can do for your metabolism. By choosing to drink water throughout the day you avoid getting unneeded liquid calories from soft drinks, boxed juice and other high sugar beverages. Drinking water allows the vital components for your body to function efficiently. Green Goodness You have probably heard your whole life that you … Read More →

Carob – Sweet Treat Packed with Nutrients

Carob – Interesting? I must admit I have dismissed this in the past, probably because of my first experience tasting it as a substitute for chocloate. It didn’t rate for me at the time. Carob is a tree that comes from the Mediterranean Region and a member of the pulse family. According to history, the Romans used to eat the pods for their natural sweetness. Carob powder can be used as a substitute for cocoa powder in cookies, cakes, candies … Read More →

Health Benefits of Cranberries

Cranberries have been enjoyed for centuries in Europe, Asia and America. They have been used medicinally for wounds, because of the anti bacterial properties. Native Americans used cranberries to help reduce aches and pains. Health Benefits of Cranberries Cranberries have 5 types of phytonutrients and the interesting thing is that they act as a potent synergistic group, which means that isolated they don't offer the same health benefits. This fruit is rich in vitamin C, has fiber, manganese and vitamin … Read More →

What is Underactive Thyroid?

"What is Underactive Thyroid?" – A question a lot of us ask ourselves If you’re displaying thyroid symptoms, you may find yourself asking this question. Do You Have Hypothyroidism? The thyroid produces T3 (triiodothyronine) and T4 (thyroxine), two hormones which control the body’s metabolism. These hormones are controlled by TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone), a hormone that the pituitary gland produces, and which prompts the production of T3 and T4 by the thyroid gland. The thyroid may, however, malfunction and become … Read More →

How to Lose Weight with Hypothyroidism – 7 Easy to Follow Tips

  7 Tips to Lose Weight with Hypothyroidism Figuring out how to lose weight with hypothyroidism can be a rather difficult task. If you’re struggling to drop the extra pounds, here are a few tips that will help.   Change your diet to one that’s low in carbohydrates. You should reduce the amount of rice, pasta, and bread that you eat. Refined sugars should also be eliminated from your diet. A diet filled with complex carbohydrates (such as vegetables) and … Read More →

Hypothyroidism in Children

  Hypothyroidism in Children Hypothyroidism in children, including infants and adolescents, is a lot more common than most people probably know. The majority of cases are due to affected thyroids but at least five percent of cases are caused by an issue with the pituitary gland in the brain. Thyroid problems can develop at any point in life. Infants can be born with hypothyroidism or they can develop it as children, adolescents or even as adults all seemingly without warning. … Read More →

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