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The Thyroid Diet Revolution: Manage Your Master Gland of Metabolism for Lasting Weight Loss (Paperback)
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Fifty Million Americans Have Thyroid-Based Weight Problems--Do You?
Since Mary J. Shomon's groundbreaking book The Thyroid Diet hit the New York Times bestseller list in 2004, the number of Americans diagnosed with thyroid disease has more than doubled. This newly expanded and updated version of Shomon's classic work, The Thyroid Diet Revolution identifies the many hormonal factors that can get in the way of your weight loss and offers much-needed solutions. New material includes:
Guidelines to help frustrated dieters determine if they have an undiagnosed thyroid condition.
A comprehensive step-by-step approach to help you get proper thyroid treatment, optimize thyroid function, increase metabolism, and effectively lose weight.
A common-sense look at cutting-edge hormonal, nonsurgical weight-loss treatments, plus the latest on weight-loss drugs and surgery.
Updated information on the latest nutritional approaches--herbs, supplements, and vitamins to help enhance your metabolism, improve energy, balance hormones, control blood sugar, and promote weight loss.
Customized exercise approaches that help you fit in fitness and build muscle without fatigue.
Reviews and recommendations of the best diet programs for thyroid patients . . . and more.
Offering an integrated diet and exercise recommendations--and a special resource section featuring websites, books, and support groups--The Thyroid Diet Revolution provides vital help for the millions of thyroid patients dealing with weight problems.
About the Author
Diagnosed with a thyroid disease in 1995, Mary J. Shomon has transformed her health challenges into a mission as an internationally known patient advocate. She is the founder and editor in chief of several thyroid, autoimmune, and nutrition newsletters, as well as the Internet s most popular thyroid disease website, www.thyroid-info.com. She lives in Kensington, Maryland.