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Recovering OverExerciser
08-11-2016, 07:43 PM
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RE: Recovering OverExerciser
So good to hear from you again!

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04-24-2017, 06:01 PM
Post: #22
RE: Recovering OverExerciser
Hey Brenda, I noticed you are logged on and wanted to say hi and how are you doing?

Sounds like you were having a tough time towards the end of last year.

Hope you have worked out the hashimotos stuff. My husband has it. It is mostly under control now - we have a great Dr who gives him a combination of T4 and T3. Isabella Wentz who is a pharmacist who got hashimotos has written a great book on finding the root cause of it and things you can do for yourself to help heal it. She has a website also if you want to check it out.

I have found that a couple of things in the book have helped me with my low thyroid. And the last test I had showed my thyroid was working a little better.

It is hard having a thyroid issue - because that can cause weight gain even though you aren't eating too much. Since my husband has had hashimotos he has gained a few kilos eating the same way he always has.

I just wanted to say hi and see how you were doing now. Hope everything is much better.

Have a happy day :-)
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