Do you struggle with constant stress, or bouts of anxiety and depression?

Did you know that these are just some of the most common symptoms of hypothyroidism and that they can have a big impact on your waist line?

This is a double (maybe even triple) whammy for people with hypothyroidism and there battle with the scales.

If you’ve read any information about a healthy thyroid diet (including my own blogs) you would have seen that everyone recommends that if you have hypothyroidism you should never eat gluten. Going 100% gluten free these days is a lot easier because there are a lot of alternatives available in most supermarkets. But is this really a healthy option and is going gluten free really the answer?

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.

Here are a few main causes for vitamin deficiency in those with thyroid disorders:

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 any of the following apply to you, you should get your vitamin D level tested as soon as possible.