Posts Tagged ‘nutritional’

Useful Tips on How to Treat and Prevent Hashimoto’s Disease

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Hashimoto’s disease is a condition in which the immune system attacks the thyroid, which is a small gland at the base of the neck. The thyroid gland is part of your endocrine system, which produces hormones that coordinate many of your body’s functions. Usually Hashimoto’s causes inflammation that essentially fatigues the thyroid, causing hypothyroidism which can lead to rapid weight gain.

 Thyroid fatigue problems are the cause of many people’s suffering. Modern solutions like the aip diet have made it a little easier for people to cope with this problem but the fact remains that many are unaware of what they should do in order to ease their own situation.

If you are newly diagnosed or one of your close ones have told you that they suffer from thyroid fatigue,  you are probably eager to lend a helping hand, either to your friends and family or to yourself. Either way, we are going to give you a few tips on what you should do in order to combat this problem more effectively and to make things a whole lot easier.

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How Much Protein Should I Eat in a Day?

Monday, June 19th, 2017

Need protein powder?

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Maybe you prefer all-natural whole-food protein bars. Visit RX Bars for awesome tasting bars. My favorite is Maple Sea Salt.

“Like eating 3 egg whites, 2 dates, and 6 almonds. With no B.S.”

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Hardcore bodybuilders, powerlifters, weightlifters, and even most other athletes eat a ton of protein in a day. OK, they don’t eat a “ton”, but they do eat more than the average person. It leaves us with several nagging and oft-debated questions:

“How much protein do the professionals eat?”

“Exactly how much protein do I eat?”

“How much protein is appropriate for me?”

“Can I physically eat ‘too much’ protein?”

“If so, what are the side effects?”

“Exactly how much is ‘too much’?”

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