"Thyroid disease is more common than diabetes or heart disease."

~ American College of Endocrinology

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More than 30,000,000 people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a Thyroid Disorder Most affected are women. Some estimates are over 50 million in US and over 200 million worldwide, and growing.

Estimates vary widely as most patients are misdiagnosed or undiagnosed because doctors don't know what they are looking for.

Thyroid disease is also an autoimmune disease. This means that over 27 million people have one or more of the over 105 known autoimmune diseases.

Are you one?

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Thyroid Health – Habitual Exercise, Hormones And Hunger

weight - person on a scale Weight gain is a big issue with hypothyroidism. How do you get it off?

  1. A thyroid healthy clean reset diet.
  2. The right supplements for your body to rebuild it. (Check with your thyroid trained practitioner for these.)
  3. Exercise. Yup, sorry. Exercise! In this case, I’m talking about creating a new habit too, “habitual exercise.”

“Habitual exercise causes increases in satiety hormones, making the appetite-control system more sensitive”, explains lead study author Catia Martins, an associate professor of cancer research and molecular medicine at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim.


The study showed that eating a bigger meal with more exercise works better, increasing the satiety hormones, making you feel fuller faster, eating less throughout the day and burning more calories from exercise.

food - fishBeing full, and not eating so much the rest of the day, equaled less intake throughout the day resulting in less calories vs. people who try to eat in a varied way throughout the day, even eating less all day to “diet” while exercising.

I know that when I eat a heavier, protein rich breakfast and exercise I have very few problems the rest of the day with my blood sugar too, which if it’s triggered causes us to eat and eat and eat more to “fill” our confused stomachs and brains.


Habitual exercise in this study was three months of running or walking on a treadmill five times a week for 60 minutes.

We still have “primitive” biology’s. Our bodies need to eat fully and well, and… exercise fully and well, like our ancestors, the cavemen and women of long ago. If they would have had TVs in their man and woman cave’s back then, we might not even be here today due to their insane battle with empty foods, obesity, diabetes and over 100 autoimmune and “lifestyle” diseases with coach potato/recliner lifestyles!


Once again, studies show that we need to eat more, not less plus exercise and see our body’s metabolize food better, which means to stop “dieting” in the crazy American way!

Plus, be responsible to eat “more” of the best, quality foods to help the process too.


Your (our) thyroid diet is not about calories, it’s about eating healthy, quality and clean so that your body can rebuild, digest and metabolize again correctly and efficiently… the way it naturally should.

Get everybody involved! Exercise is just good lifestyle planning!

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Adding “habitual exercise” will help increase your satiety hormones to naturally “control” your appetite while helping you lose weight. Win/Win!


You can start on the diet today. It’s in my Get Your Life Back! e-Manual.




2 comments to Thyroid Health – Habitual Exercise, Hormones And Hunger

  • Gloria

    Hi, i have hyperthyroidism and grave disease, and i’m under medication with Methimazole-2tab 5mg each a day. I want to have reverse it by taking food supplement or at the same time. Is it safe to take food supplement and at the same time taking my synthetic medication?

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