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Hi there lovely,

Are you struggling to lose weight and keep it off?

This is by far the biggest complaint that I have heard from women all over the world that have hypothyroidism.

I’m Sally Baker a mind body weight and thyroid coach. I speak to women daily who are struggling with losing weight and even maintaining their weight.



There are numerous reasons that those with thyroid disorders become vitamin deficient. Thyroid disorders can make it difficult for the body to absorb vitamins. The deficiency reason, however, depends on the vitamin itself as well as the individual’s lifestyle.

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As you know, thyroid disorder can cause vitamin D Deficiency. The only way to know for sure if you’re vitamin D deficient is via blood testing. Here are a few signs, however, you should look for.



If you are exhibiting any of the symptoms of thyroid disorders, your doctor will probably want you to have a blood test to determine whether or not a thyroid disorder exists.

Your thyroid gland produces hormones that regulate your body’s metabolism. They are Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyroxine (T3). The thyroid gland stores these hormones and releases them when they are needed.



Stress can really do bad things to your adrenals and your thyroid gland. Obviously, the precise measurement or even definition of stress can be hard to conclude.

There are those that blossom on busy lifestyles and those who get all stressed by even a minor change in their daily routine. Most people lie somewhere in the middle.  How do you know if you’re stressed? Here are a few indicators:
• Worries keep you from sleeping at night sleep
• You become irritable or impatient over minor problems
• Difficulty concentrating
• Smoke/drink more than you usually do
• Difficulty relaxing
• Frequent headaches
• Neck and shoulder muscle tension