I didn't. I said a diet higher in carbohydrate (with fat reduced at its expense) better supports thyroid function than a diet needlessly low in carbs. I never said eat a low fat diet. I don't even know what a "low fat diet" is. <30g? <25g? <20? Don't know, don't care. Eat what you can maintain. When you start needlessly restricting macros based on preconceived notions you'll increase your chance of developing binging issues since you're forcing your body to ignore its cravings. Eat what your body desires, but get it from healthy sources. Fats from steak and eggs, carbs from apples and potatoes. Not soybean oil and wheat flour.
Originally Posted by jakejoh10
Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.