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The Invisible Hypothyroidism
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Thyroid Advocate and Writer.
Thyroid Advocate and Writer.

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I’m gluten free. It’s a choice I made to hopefully halt my autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, from progressing any further. You’ve probably heard about the hype for this new gluten free ‘fad’ and you may even be one of the keyboard warriors I see writing comments below articles on going gluten free, that read something like “Going gluten does NOT benefit you unless you’re celiac”. Yes, yes it can. Want to know how? OK. https://buff.ly/2wAKnFF
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When other people in their early twenties are able to go out in the evenings, see friends and family, partake in a hobby at home or even just watch Netflix, and I can’t even keep my eyes open to do that at 6pm.
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Hypopituitarism is a condition in which the pituitary gland does not produce one or more of its hormones or not enough of them.
What is Hypopituitarism?
What is Hypopituitarism?
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To my amazing other half, I know I perhaps don’t say it often enough, lost in amongst all the bad days, the sleepless nights and sleep-filled days, but Thank You.
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This deliciously creamy soup is surprisingly filling and easy to make.
Gluten Free Mushroom Soup
Gluten Free Mushroom Soup
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A question I’ve seen asked more times than I can remember, is ‘Does anyone else feel like they can’t handle their drink as well as they used to?’
Alcohol and Your Thyroid
Alcohol and Your Thyroid
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Before twenty, the age at which I started experiencing hypothyroid symptoms that really interfered with my life and became a problem, I was an incredibly busy, active and driven person.
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Probably the most important thing to be aware of as someone with a thyroid condition/thyroid disease, is whether you should take your thyroid medication before or after having any testing done.
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As you read this brief list, I ask that you remember that the person you know with hypothyroidism did not ask for this disease, and they are just as gutted as you are, that they have it and it affects their life so much. If not more. It’s not their fault.
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Could you be pushing your body too far and causing more harm than good?
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