Thyroid Diet Plan: How to Lose Weight, Increase Energy, and Manage Thyroid Symptoms

Thyroid Diet Plan: How to Lose Weight, Increase Energy, and Manage Thyroid Symptoms

Thyroid Diet Plan: How to Lose Weight, Increase Energy, and Manage Thyroid Symptoms

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More than 59 million Americans suffer from a thyroid condition, which can severely hinder metabolism and stand in the way of weight loss. 

The Thyroid Diet Plan can help you manage the symptoms of thyroid disease with a smart diet plan that is actually enjoyable and easy to follow. Whether you have been suffering for years or you were recently diagnosed, The Thyroid Diet Plan can help you boost your metabolism, lose weight, and improve your overall well-being. Combined with exercise and hormonal treatment as recommended by your physician, the delicious recipes found in The Thyroid Diet Plan is the healthy way to reverse your symptoms and feel better right away. 

The Thyroid Diet Plan will make it easy to lose weight and boost metabolism with: 

  • 100 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes for every meal of the day 
  • 30-day thyroid diet plan to make managing thyroid disease simple and painless
  • A detailed checklist of foods to avoid and foods to enjoy
  • Q&A to help you recognize the common symptoms of thyroid disease
  • Advice on toxins, exercise, and sensible weight loss

Once you start The Thyroid Diet Plan you’ll be on your way to feeling more energetic, less anxious, and more in control of your thyroid condition. 

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3 Responses to Thyroid Diet Plan: How to Lose Weight, Increase Energy, and Manage Thyroid Symptoms

  • Stina says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
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    This is How All Information Books Should be Written!, March 17, 2014
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    Stina

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    I am not one to read information books because they all seem to be written with the academic in mind and not for the lay person who only understands plain English – and they usually put me to sleep. This book, however, was different. It is written so much differently in a way that is easy for the regular person – who didn’t attend 7 years at medical school – to understand. I felt it outlined certain aspects in a clear concise manner, and gives clear examples of each point being made.

    For example – when referring to the types of food are goitrogenic, it then followed on to give an example of which foods (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower). When discussing Vitamin D, it would end with an example of which foods were rich in Vitamin D. The same about Calcium, Selenium and Iodine. It is also outlined which foods to consume in moderation, which to avoid and which are safe. This makes it very easy to understand just which foods are safe and which aren’t.

    As a sufferer of Graves’ disease, I have been struggling to find out exactly what foods I can eat with my thyroid disease. Since having a total thyroidectomy 10 years ago I was not given any help with diet – what to have and what to avoid – and I have since become hypothyroid (a common result after a total thyroidectomy). Since I had been steered in the direction of a “Graves disease diet”, I was unaware that that “diet” would actually do me more harm than good since I was no longer hyperactive but hypoactive. I especially like how it was explained the different medications and vitamin supplements could affect the absorption of your thyroxine medication, and the best time to take each medication for optimal effect.

    This books helps outline both hyper and hypo and their basic differences, and which foods are more beneficial to each condition. It is laid out to easily understand, and instead of falling asleep, I read the entire information sections in two sittings! All that is left now are the recipes of the 30 day diet plan, which is there as a guide and a reference to help you achieve optimum weight and energy and to manage your thyroid symptoms with ease.

    I highly recommend this to anyone finding it difficult to grasp the information overload of their condition. All information books should be written like this!

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  • Marietta says:
    77 of 90 people found the following review helpful
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    Includes gluten recipes? Do you even know hypothyroidism?, October 21, 2013
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    This review is from: Thyroid Diet Plan: How to Lose Weight, Increase Energy, and Manage Thyroid Symptoms (Paperback)
    I feel like I’m the only one here that didn’t like this book. The minute I was diagnosed as hypothyroid, I was told to remove gluten from my diet. Anyone I’ve met with hypothyroidism is gluten-free. Most doctors I’ve seen and books I’ve read state that hypothyroidism and gluten-intolerance go hand-in-hand. As time has went on, more and more things have been removed from my diet, including starchy foods like potatoes and corn, and dairy. Dietary restrictions are highly common for thyroid issues. I could have excused the use of dairy and potatoes, but to include gluten-laced recipes is completely irresponsible. In the end, even with substitution, there were barely any recipes I could really use. This book might be helpful if you think you might have sub-clinical hypothyroidism, but it just isn’t going to help you if you have an identified chronic thyroid condition.

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  • h.d. says:
    34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
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    Spot on, November 15, 2013
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    h.d.

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    All self-help books should be like this. It gives the reader all the basic information about the thyroid in a fashion that applies to everyone instead of just those with hyperthyroidism, or hypothyroidism. Not only does it seem to have relative information, but the writer was gracious enough to keep it short, and to the point. It also has what I consider to be the two things that every diet book should have; a meal plan that is longer than one week, and recipes that aren’t ridiculously complicated or overly time consuming. There is nothing I hate more than a diet book that wants you to spend 10 hours in the kitchen every day. Thankfully, this book is more ‘healthy-tasty-diet’ and less ‘fancy-chef-marathon-cooking’.

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