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Help please – Belly fat

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Raisay. I have forwarded your query to Customer Service. Someone will get back to you shortly.

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Deni236, and welcome :) Hopefully you are being followed by a healthcare professional familiar with your case, s ensuring your thyroid levels are balanced (i.e., through replacement therapy/medication) is important to your general well-being and to healthy weight management. In addition, you may wish to engage in physical activity that will help both conditions, such as water aerobics. As far as diet goes, in addition to the general supportive principles of this program, you may wish to limit intake of foods called "goitrogens," which may negatively impact thyroid function. These foods include cruciferous and Brassica vegetables (generally dark green leafy vegetables) - it helps to steam these before eating, but still it is preferable not to eat large amounts each day. Additional foods include soy (better to avoid in general), flax seeds (you can have chia seeds instead), and peaches and strawberries (small amounts are OK).

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    MrsSymo, most of that list is made up of vegetables that can be steamed to reduce the problem. Keep getting checked by the doctor and your medication adjusted as needed, and you'll be fine food-wise.

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  • Profile photo of MrsSymo MrsSymo

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ADVICE. UNFORTUNATELY THERE SEEMS TO BE A LOT I SHOULD AVOID.

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