Originally Posted by Glamorama
Edit: wow, I searched his site for hypothyroid, and hypothyroidism, and even just thyroid, and couldn't find anything.
We will try it. Thanks!
If you still feel hungry after meals I can only suggest for Mollie to add more fat, as in eating coconut oil off a spoon. I do this 3 times daily and I never feel hunger. As for you, I'd up the protein but go a bit more modest on the fat.
Understood and noted, we will monitor it... I do trust you - things have really been weirdly coming on like that for us lately, so I'm sure there will be more weirdness.
About the exercise: don't push yourself until you are better. You both have massive issues to deal with here, your bodies need to heal and repair. Trust me when I say that the urge, desire and need to go hard with the sprints and weights will come as your body is in a better place. It did for me. It was like I woke up one day and just had to lift heavy and run fast. Very odd.
I think 7 weeks might jot be enough time o heal to get to that point where you have soaring energy levels.
I will try to get conditioned to walk daily. It's 117˚ here in Phoenix, and boy does that suck to go walking in. LOL
I was going to say leaky gut myself. I have it too, but only 2-3 foods I'm allergic to now. I saw a naturopath, as leaky gut is a precursor for autoimmune disease like diabetes type 2. I'm already pre-disposed through genetics, so I am desperate to cure my leaky gut.
I'm on a high dose of wild salmon oil, I take zinc, glucosamine, magnesium and a large dose of probiotics daily. Someone else here suggested bovine colostrum. You should also move lots, like walking daily. I hope this helps, and good luck on your journey to better health.
Last edited by the1sen; 08-29-2011 at 12:06 PM.
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