How to Exercise Safely with Hypothyroidism

Oct 17, 2012 | Written by .

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Generally speaking, people don’t do well with moderation and complacency. Instead, people tend to have this obsession with extremes. We tend to live with a “more is better” type of mindset today. People want to drive the fastest cars even though they are stuck driving 45 mph to work every day (72 kph for those of you on the metric system). People will spend twice as much for a TV that has a measly inch [...]

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Walking Burns More Calories Than Running?

Oct 15, 2012 | Written by .

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When it comes to exercise, there’s a lot that we don’t understand. While everyone is led to believe that exercise is something that is always beneficial for our health, if you suffer from hypothyroidism, then exercise can quickly become dangerous and pose a serious risk to your thyroid and health. This has become a very serious problem because so many hypothyroidism sufferers are incorrectly and dangerously using exercise as a means of trying to control [...]

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Think You May Be Hypothyroid? There’s an App for That!

Oct 10, 2012 | Written by .

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Watch out doctors! You’re now being replaced by smart-phones. Let’s face it; at the pace that technology is advancing today, it’s only a matter of time before your smart phone will be able to diagnose your health problems before you can even look up your doctor’s phone number. (I just hope you are smart enough to add the optional medical mal-practice insurance to your smart phone plan just in case your phone get’s it wrong. [...]

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The Truth About Fish Oil, Omega 3, and Heart Disease

Sep 17, 2012 | Written by .

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Omega-3 supplements, including fish oil, flax seed oil, and many others sources have been highly touted and marketed for their “potential” benefits to heart health as well as a number of other health issues. Because of this, millions of people around the world have been vigilantly consuming Omega-3’s believing that they are the key to keeping their heart healthy and saving them from heart disease. But a new study was recently released demonstrating (yet again) [...]

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