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.
The Thyroid Diet Revolution: Manage Your Master Gland of Metabolism for Lasting Weight Lossby Mary J. Shomon
The Thyroid Diet, the groundbreaking, New York Times bestselling guide for thyroid patients that revolutionized the conversation about thyroid conditions and weight loss, has been expanded and updated to include the latest medical and nutritional information, reviews of the newest diet programs and up to date recommendations, and more. Now more than/b>/b>
The Thyroid Diet, the groundbreaking, New York Times bestselling guide for thyroid patients that revolutionized the conversation about thyroid conditions and weight loss, has been expanded and updated to include the latest medical and nutritional information, reviews of the newest diet programs and up to date recommendations, and more. Now more than ever, The Thyroid Diet Revolution by Mary J. Shomon is an essential purchase for the millions of thyroid disease sufferers who struggle with weight problems.
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this book has a lot of info for anyone with a thyroid problem from diet to exercise to examples
I've read MANY thyroid books and Mary Shomon writes with out prejudice to one treatment option or another. I appreciate her "find what works for you" approach. She also shares a ton of great information on supplements and food.
This is an easy to understand & informative book on thyroid issues. Since I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism two months ago I have significantly changed my diet based on some things suggested in this book as well as many others I have recently read. The only thing that was of concern when reading the book was that the author is still taking thyroid medication despite diet suggestions. I realized that many people have to be on thyroid medication as well as watching their diet but it would have been helpful for the author to share more about her situation. I have read many other books on gluten free and thyroid issues which are helpful also.
I was very interesting in what she had to say about vitamins and understanding hypothyroidism. I was informed about hashimoto disease which I was recently diagnosed with and then was informed by her book that most hypothroid is hashimoto disease. It went with the information I received years ago from a book by DR.Broda O. Barnes an early pioneer in his research on this subject and compiled with what she said. I was told years ago understand what you have and what will be good for you to help yourself with. I was hoping to find something new on what diet to follow but she offered nothing I didn’t know already know. Excellent book for new hypothyroid people and to update for us who have been this way for many years.