Tips for Hypothyroidism
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Keeping track of what you eat on a daily basis allows you to gain insight on how certain foods affect you. Hypothyroidism can be accompanied by a number of stomach or intestinal discomforts, including constipation, as well as fatigue and weight gain. Knowing what you have eaten can help you identify what foods may be intolerable for you. In addition, learning what foods satisfy your appetite without crashing your energy levels can help you identify what foods work best for you.

Place a notepad and pen at your kitchen table and write down what, how much, and when you’re eating breakfast. Smartphone food journals or food log apps are also available for when you’re on the go. 

Discuss the results of your journal with your doctor or a registered dietitian to ensure all your nutritional needs are being met.

Tips Designed by:
Anna Lepeley PhD, CSCS, CISSNRead bio »
Tips Designed by:
Anna Lepeley PhD, CSCS, CISSN Read bio »


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Anna Lepeley, PhD, CSCS, CISSN
Dr. Anna Lepeley has a PhD in Exercise Biochemistry and Nutrition research. She specializes in exercise, nutrition and dietary supplements along with their effects on overall health. Dr. Lepeley is a Nutrition and Exercise Science professor and lecturer at national and international conferences. She is the published author of "Stop it: 18 habits that hinder your libido and make you fat", providing nutrition, exercise and hormone health information for men and women of all ages.