Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Impossible To Lose Fat? Check Your Thyroid

234 views

Published on

Is losing weight extra hard for you?

You may suffer from an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).

Do you notice any of these symptoms?

- Fatigue
- Weight gain
- Sensitivity to temperature change
- Constipation
- Dry skin
- Puffiness of face
- Abnormal voice changes
- Muscle weakness
- High cholesterol levels
- Muscle pain, stiffness, or tenderness
- Joint pains or swelling
- Heavier or irregular menstrual periods
- Hair loss
- Slow heart rate
- Impaired memory
- Depression or mood swings

This guide includes 7 tips to help you lose more fat -even if you have an underactive thyroid. Watch this quick video to get our 7 tips.

For the full guide with causes and the tips explained more in-depth, go to https://phenterpro.com/pages/hypothyroidism

Or watch the TL;DR video on YouTube:
https://youtu.be/_mY3OiCWTAE

Published in: Health & Medicine
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Impossible To Lose Fat? Check Your Thyroid

  1. 1. 7 WAYSTO LOSE WEIGHT IF YOU HAVE HYPOTHYROIDISM
  2. 2. WHAT IS HYPOTHYROIDISM? Hypothyroidism is when the thyroid gland is unable to produce enough hormones. Hypothyroidism (also known as Underactive Thyroid) is a common, potentially serious, and often clinically overlooked disease. Some researchers state as much as 10% of the adult population have hypothyroidism with majority composed of women.
  3. 3. FATIGUE WEIGHT GAIN SENSITIVITY TO TEMPERATURE CHANGE CONSTIPATION SYMPTOMS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM
  4. 4. DRY SKIN PUFFINESS OF FACE ABNORMAL VOICE CHANGES MUSCLE WEAKNESS SYMPTOMS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM
  5. 5. HIGH CHOLESTEROL LEVELS MUSCLE PAIN, STIFFNESS, OR TENDERNESS JOINT PAINS OR SWELLING HEAVIER OR IRREGULAR MENSTRUAL PERIODS SYMPTOMS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM
  6. 6. HAIR LOSS SLOW HEART RATE IMPAIRED MEMORY DEPRESSION OR MOOD SWINGS SYMPTOMS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM
  7. 7. GOITER When hypothyroidism goes untreated, the signs and symptoms gradually worsen and could lead to goiter or an abnormal enlargement of the thyroid. When the body feels as if the hormones produced are not enough or imbalanced, it signals the thyroid to produce more.
  8. 8. Many reasons can be attributed to why the thyroid gland is unable to produce enough hormones. There are two generally common causes of hypothyroidism, however, and those are existing autoimmune disease and surgical removal of the thyroid gland. CAUSES
  9. 9. The immune system can mistake the thyroid gland cells as an infection or a foreign invader when you have autoimmune disease. When the number of thyroid cells are depleted, the thyroid gland will have trouble producing hormones and will cause hypothyroidism. AUTOIMMUNEDISEASE
  10. 10. People with thyroid cancer, nodules, or Grave's disease require part or all of their thyroid removed. This makes them either hypothyroid or much more susceptible to it. SURGICAL REMOVAL
  11. 11. For those with thyroid cancer and don't want surgery are treated with radioactive iodine. Other patients with diseases in the head or neck area that require radiation treatment are also susceptible to losing part or all of their thyroid function. RADIATION TREATMENT OF HYPOTHYROIDISM
  12. 12. Some children are born with hypothyroidism due to having no thyroid or having a partly formed one. Sometimes their thyroid is in the wrong place and in some babies the thyroid cells or enzymes just don't work at all. CONGENITALHYPOTHYROIDISM
  13. 13. Inflammation of the thyroid gland is also known as thyroiditis. This is usually caused by an autoimmune disorder or a viral infection. THYROIDITIS
  14. 14. It's no secret that some prescription medicine can have side effects with regards to thyroid function. Medicating with lithium, interferon alpha, amiodarone, and interleukin-2 can disrupt regular thyroid production. MEDICINE
  15. 15. Keeping thyroid hormone production regular and balanced requires adequate intake of iodine. Too much or too little can result to hypothyroidism. LARGE OR SMALL IODINE INTAKE
  16. 16. The pituitary gland signals how much hormone to make, so when it is damaged by radiation, tumors, or surgery, it will no longer be able to communicate with our thyroid gland properly and can result to stopping hormone production. DAMAGED PITUITARY GLAND
  17. 17. There are certain diseases that while they don't directly affect the thyroid, they often leave abnormal substances and cause impairment in function. RARE DISORDERS
  18. 18. RISK FACTORS HAVE A CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY CONDITION Although hypothyroidism can affect anyone, you're risk increases if you have are one or more of the following: WOMEN OLDER THAN 60 DIAGNOSED WITH AN AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE HAS A FAMILY HISTORY OF THYROID DISORDERS
  19. 19. Have been pregnant or gave birth within six months RISK FACTORS Have undergone radioactive iodine treatment Taken anti-thyroid medications Received radiation treatment to neck and upper chest area Had thyroid surgery done in the past
  20. 20. As you can imagine, losing weight is much more difficult if you're afflicted with hypothyroidism. The good news is that weight loss is still accessible despite the disease and we came up with tips and strategies so you can shed the pounds safely and without aggravating your hypothyroidism. HYPOTHYROIDISM LOSING WEIGHT WITH
  21. 21. TIP #1 GET PROPER TREATMENT FOR HYPOTHYROIDISM
  22. 22. T I P # 1 : G E T P R O P E R T R E AT M E N T F O R H Y P O T H Y R O I D I S M Before you start with any sort of weight loss plan, make sure you get yourself properly treated first.
  23. 23. T I P # 1 : G E T P R O P E R T R E AT M E N T F O R H Y P O T H Y R O I D I S M REMEMBER! Your thyroid gland is either damaged or completely non-functional. If you jump the gun and attempt to lose weight while avoiding treatment, you might just aggravate certain symptoms or compromise your health in the process.
  24. 24. T I P # 1 : G E T P R O P E R T R E AT M E N T F O R H Y P O T H Y R O I D I S M Proper treatment for your hypothyroidism could also lead to a more carefree and healthy lifestyle.
  25. 25. T I P # 1 : G E T P R O P E R T R E AT M E N T F O R H Y P O T H Y R O I D I S M BE CAREFUL ! Avoiding proper treatment could mess with your fitness lifestyle if only because you would have to see your physician more than you should.
  26. 26. TIP #2 CONSIDER A CHANGE IN DIET
  27. 27. Not to sound trendy, but you might want to consider going gluten-free. Studies actually link gluten with hypothyroidism, particularly when it comes to autoimmune disease. GO GLUTENFREE T I P # 2 : C O N S I D E R A C H A N G E I N D I E T
  28. 28. “ “ T I P # 2 : C O N S I D E R A C H A N G E I N D I E T There is ample evidence of a strong association between CD and several immune mediated diseases, including autoimmune thyroid disorders, type 1 diabetes mellitus, primary biliary cirrhosis, inflammatory bowel diseases and autoimmune adrenal failure.
  29. 29. T I P # 2 : C O N S I D E R A C H A N G E I N D I E T Then we have the goitrogens or substances that promote goiters or thyroid dysfunction. Goitrogens are found in legumes, raw cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, kale, and turnip. It’s also found in Soy and soybean products.
  30. 30. T I P # 2 : C O N S I D E R A C H A N G E I N D I E T Excessive green tea extract intake has also been linked to thyroid dysfunction although the studies were conducted in rats and are still inconclusive at this point as far as safe doses are concerned.
  31. 31. TIP #3 REDUCE SUGAR CONSUMPTION
  32. 32. Not just to lose weight, reducing simple carbs and sugars can go a long way as far as preventing inflammation is concerned. Simple carbs like sugar promote cytokine production, tiny proteins that can influence the body’s inflammation. T I P # 3 : R E D U C E S U G A R C O N S U M P T I O N
  33. 33. T I P # 3 : R E D U C E S U G A R C O N S U M P T I O N Proinflammatory cytokines are involved in the development of inflammatory and neuropathic pain. Just as specific cytokines and their neutralizing antibodies have been introduced into clinical trials for the treatment of stroke, Alzheimer’s disease & autoimmune diseases
  34. 34. T I P # 3 : R E D U C E S U G A R C O N S U M P T I O N Going on a low-carb diet would seem extreme, but the science around it is sound when it comes to weight loss. The only real problem is sticking with the diet as many of the “sweet stuff” just happened to be mostly composed of carbohydrates.
  35. 35. If you need help with reducing cravings for sweets, you should avail of a natural appetite suppressant like PhenterPro SR tablets. PhenterPro SR helps burn more fat for energy which beats food cravings for a long period. WANT TO REDUCE CRAVINGS FOR SWEETS ? T I P # 3 : R E D U C E S U G A R C O N S U M P T I O N
  36. 36. TIP #4 Go For ANTI-INFLAMMATORY FOODS
  37. 37. T I P # 4 : G O F O R A N T I - I N F L A M M AT O R Y F O O D S Foods that are inflammatory should be reduced or outright removed from your diet as much as possible. Consuming anti-inflammatory foods help ease joint pains as well as relieve depression, symptoms that could be due to hypothyroidism.
  38. 38. T I P # 4 : G O F O R A N T I - I N F L A M M AT O R Y F O O D S Anti-inflammatory foods have also been shown to help “calm” the immune system which is often in overdrive when you have hypothyroidism
  39. 39. TIP #5 KEEP A FOOD DIARY
  40. 40. Writing down the food you eat as well as how much you eat will help you become more aware of what goes inside your mouth. BE AWARE OF WHAT YOU EAT T I P # 5 : K E E P A F O O D D I A R Y
  41. 41. Being aware also helps control the amount of food you eat which goes a long way for weight loss plans. One of our favorite food diaries is MyFitnessPal. It makes keeping a food diary super easy, and actually kind of fun. T I P # 5 : K E E P A F O O D D I A R Y
  42. 42. TIP #6 SWEAT IT OUT
  43. 43. T I P # 6 : S W E AT I T O U T It’s no secret exercise is healthy and is beneficial for those looking to lose weight and gain strength and fitness. It burns a lot of calories and helps your body reduce the risk of muscular injury.
  44. 44. Just make sure you’ve properly managed your hypothyroid and have enough energy. If you feel tired, it’s best not to do any activity that require a lot of effort. T I P # 6 : S W E AT I T O U T
  45. 45. TIP #7 ASK FOR PROFESSIONAL ADVICE
  46. 46. Professional advice on what diet plans or exercise programs to follow is always helpful. You can start by asking your doctor for help or if they can refer you to specialists & nutritionists who have ample experience working with hypothyroid patients. PROFESSIONAL ADVICE T I P # 7 : P R O F E S S I O N A L A D V I C E
  47. 47. You can also try to inquire about T3 monotherapy. One study compared hypothyroid patients with T3 or T4 treatment and it showed T3 patients had significantly more weight loss and reduction in total cholesterol without any adverse cardiovascular side effects. T I P # 7 : P R O F E S S I O N A L A D V I C E
  48. 48. Don't Let Your THYROID BRING YOU DOWN
  49. 49. Just because your thyroid is down doesn’t mean you should feel down too. Suffering from hypothyroidism can bring difficulty in living a normal, healthy life. Not only do you have health issues and medications to worry about, you also have to battle with weight gain. Still, there is always hope when you look for it hard enough.
  50. 50. Losing weight may be a lot harder for you, but if you begin to care for yourself, manage your symptoms and acquire the right mindset, weight loss will be a welcome reward.
  51. 51. Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Medicare Coverage of Routine Thyroid Screening; Stone MB, Wallace RB, editors. Medicare Coverage of Routine Screening for Thyroid Dysfunction. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2003. 3 Prevalence and Consequences of Thyroid Dysfunction. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK221535/ Garvey WT, Mechanick JI, Brett EM, et al. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGISTS AND AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENDOCRINOLOGY COMPREHENSIVE CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR MEDICAL CARE OF PATIENTS WITH OBESITYEXECUTIVE SUMMARYComplete Guidelines available at https://www.aace.com/publications/guidelines. Endocr Pract. 2016;22(7):842-84. Melish JS. Thyroid Disease. In: Walker HK, Hall WD, Hurst JW, editors. Clinical Methods: The History, Physical, and Laboratory Examinations. 3rd edition. Boston: Butterworths; 1990. Chapter 135. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK241 Bajaj JK, Salwan P, Salwan S. Various Possible Toxicants Involved in Thyroid Dysfunction: A Review. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research : JCDR. 2016;10(1):FE01-FE03. doi:10.7860/JCDR/2016/15195.7092. REFERENCES
  52. 52. Voskuhl R. Sex differences in autoimmune diseases. Biology of Sex Differences. 2011;2:1. doi:10.1186/2042-6410-2-1. Oliver JE, Silman AJ. Why are women predisposed to autoimmune rheumatic diseases? Arthritis Research & Therapy. 2009;11(5):252. doi:10.1186/ar2825. Furqan S, Haque N, Islam N. Conversion of autoimmune hypothyroidism to hyperthyroidism. BMC Research Notes. 2014;7:489. doi:10.1186/1756-0500-7-489. Dong BJ. How medications affect thyroid function. Western Journal of Medicine. 2000;172(2):102-106. Mullur R, Liu Y-Y, Brent GA. Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Metabolism. Physiological Reviews. 2014;94(2):355-382. doi:10.1152/physrev.00030.2013. Ch’ng CL, Jones MK, Kingham JGC. Celiac Disease and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease. Clinical Medicine & Research. 2007;5(3):184-192. doi:10.3121/cmr.2007.738. REFERENCES
  53. 53. Chandra AK, De N. Goitrogenic/antithyroidal potential of green tea extract in relation to catechin in rats. Food Chem Toxicol. 2010;48(8-9):2304-11. Zhang J-M, An J. Cytokines, Inflammation and Pain. International anesthesiology clinics. 2007;45(2):27-37. doi:10.1097/AIA.0b013e318034194e. Myles IA. Fast food fever: reviewing the impacts of the Western diet on immunity. Nutrition Journal. 2014;13:61. doi:10.1186/1475-2891-13-61. Sears B, Ricordi C. Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition as a Pharmacological Approach to Treat Obesity. Journal of Obesity. 2011;2011:431985. doi:10.1155/2011/431985. Celi FS, Zemskova M, Linderman JD, et al. Metabolic Effects of Liothyronine Therapy in Hypothyroidism: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Crossover Trial of Liothyronine Versus Levothyroxine. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2011;96(11):3466-3474. doi:10.1210/jc.2011-1329. REFERENCES

×