Hashimoto’s disease is on the rise and there has been a lot of talk about it since Gigi Hadid opened up about her own battle with the condition after being targeted by negative comments about her fluctuating weight. There several other celebrities has been diagnosed with the disease and this week Wendy Williams announced she is taking 3 weeks off for rest per her doctors orders due to her Graves’ disease, but many people don’t have any idea what it is like to deal with a thyroid autoimmune disease.
For those who do not have a thyroid disease, understanding the complicated symptoms like brain fog can be difficult, so to help people realize how challenging this can be, I have two articles today.
One article is about Gigi Hadid and her Hashimoto’s disease weight challenges plus 3 stories from women who deal with the disease daily. It was written by Katie O’Malley on Elle.
The second article is by Denis Bedoya on Infosurhoy. He goes on to explain what Graves’ disease is and how it is treated.
To help you get back to being as healthy as possible when dealing with these diseases, a recent 12-month study found focusing on whole foods and ditching sugars and processed foods resulted in weight loss and improved health for the subjects. This is especially important for those with Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism looking to manage their health through diet. In this article on the thyroidproblemsdoctor.com, food quality, not quantity is the focus.