Hypothyroidism, the chronic condition of an under-active thyroid, affects millions of Americans. It's most commonly caused by chronic autoimmune thyroiditis or Hashimoto's disease, and can result in a variety of symptoms, including: weight ga... Read more
When you think about your skin and hair, you likely think about what products to use in order to keep them looking healthy, or what type of haircut you’ll get the next time you head to the salon. But the fact of the matter is that our skin and... Read more
Although a challenging life event, such as the death of a loved one or financial hardship, can trigger depressive episodes, the causes of depression are complex and overlapping. There are two main categories of risks that can contribute to depression... Read more
Mixed-breed dogs make up more than 50% of all the dogs in the United States, so technically "mutts" are the most popular dog in America. A survey of these mixed-breed pets in 2010, which included 36,000 DNA tests, revealed the most po... Read more
One of the things Cyndi (AQUAGIRL08) has learned during her journey toward better health is moderation in all things. She's dealt with several medical conditions that have forced her to learn to live with pain. A positive attitude, learning new e... Read more
When I combine my Food Tracker and my Fitness Tracker the number of calories my page says I can eat goes up way too high, over 1000 extra calories. I am active but if I eat that many more calories per day I'd gain quite a bit of weight.
What can I... Read more
Hi everyone. What are some of your favourite blogs and websites about eating whole and real foods. I am looking for some info rich sites on the topic...maybe with some meal ideas. Really though I am looking for articles on going totally whole/real fo... Read more
I;m a big fan of Dr, Yoni Freedhoff WeightyMatters.com and his Funny Friday Blog Put a huge smile on my face
www.weightymatters.ca/2014/04/a-great-us e-for-condoms-nutella-mentos.html... Read more
One thing that continues to surprise me is the large food database.
Sometimes I will eat something and think there's no way it will be in there but...there it is.
It may not always be something I should be eating but it's in there. I can no lon... Read more
Hypothyroidism is generally treated with synthetic thyroid hormone — and soy has long been thought to interfere with the body's ability to absorb the medication. Until the medical community can assure me (I have hypothyroidism) it's safe for me to co... Read more
In 2001, Kim Rhyne gained 20 pounds in six weeks. Normally an energetic women’s ministry leader in Cleveland, she was suddenly so exhausted that she could barely drag herself out of bed. “I wasn’t eating a lot more or doing anythin... Read more
If you are a Dancing with the Stars fan, you are likely familiar with co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet’s recent surgery to remove her thyroid cancer. Unfortunately, Brooke’s history with thyroid issues is not unique; an estimated 27 million A... Read more
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