Being married, having children, and having a life with that special someone is a real blessing. It should be beautiful, thoughtful, progressive, even through the very real challenges. “In sickness and in health...” is deep. When you commit to someone, you are making a promise to stand by their side through the good, the bad, … Continue reading Married to Thyroid Disease
Have you ever felt like you start something really good only to fail yourself and end up in an even worse situation than when you started? I know I have. Multiple times. My experience with this is primarily with weight loss goals. As I’ve stated in previous posts, I’ve been over weight for most of … Continue reading Reflections: Part 2
Over the last few weeks we have had birthday parties, Paleo treats just because, and out of state traveling. I am proud to say that I have not fallen off the wagon, but sat on the edge, dangling my feet. Yikes! So, with that being said, I’m doing the September Whole30! It officially (via Melissa … Continue reading I’m doing a Whole30!
You were diagnosed with hypothyroidism. You have your medication. You’re taking it as directed by your doctor/pharmacy. Great. That’s a very good start, however, most of us with hypothyroidism have multiple issues going on at once. It’s like a domino-effect. Your thyroid is a powerful gland. When it works well, you metabolize nutrients. Your body … Continue reading 11 Tips to Optimize Thyroid Medication Absorption
We all know that exercising is vital to your health. There’s no way around it. However, if you have Thyroid Disease, not all workouts are beneficial. In fact, certain types of exercise may do more harm than good. Two years ago, I was in the gym almost 5 days a week. I was training on … Continue reading Exercising With Thyroid Disease
There are many symptoms of hypothyroidism reported and each and every individual has a different combination of them. Thankfully many of those symptoms can subside with the right medication and lifestyle. Fatigue Before I started advocating for my health, I was always tired. I woke up looking forward to a nap or bed time. I … Continue reading Unglamorous Symptoms of Hypothyroidism
My name is Courtney. I am wife and mother of two living in the Houston Metro Area. I’m going to begin with my background and add a little disclaimer before digging deeper into the topics of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s... I am not a medical professional. Everything I share is based on personal experience and my … Continue reading Allow Me to Introduce Myself…