Medical Conditions & Losing Weight
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Medical Conditions & Losing Weight

If you have a medical condition that gets in the way of losing weight, learn how to make the best of your health situation.

Low Thyroid

An under-active thyroid gland can suppress your metabolism and keep your weight on. Some clients do best on regular prescription medications for thyroid support. Others do best with natural thyroid medications such as Armour. You can also use alternative health support, such as naturally compounded thyroid, homeopathic remedies, and the ayurvedic herbal extract, forslean.

Daily exercise helps to balance your hormones. Be sure to take 5 to 10 minutes every day to do the Tibetan exercises.

Some Medications

Steroids virtually always cause weight gain. Asthma inhalers contain enough steroids to make a difference. Ask your doctor to suggest alternatives and ask what you can do to ease off them. Some psychotropic and anti-seizure drugs can also affect your weight. Work with your health care practitioner to find one that doesn’t affect your weight.


Chronic pain can thwart exercise efforts. Some people use food to soothe the pain. Whenever you become inactive your body needs less food than before. Often people do not adjust their food intake when they become inactive, and they gain weight.

Low Blood Sugar

Low blood sugar happens when your blood sugar drops. You may experience headaches, nausea, irritability, crankiness, and lightheadedness along with heavy-duty food cravings. Be sure to eat low-glycemic to remedy a low blood sugar condition.


Sixty-seven percent of adults with type 2 diabetes have a BMI of 27 or higher, which means they’re overweight. Type 2 diabetics who regulate their blood-sugar levels with diet and not with insulin can often more easily reach their ideal size. Too much insulin in the body causes weight gain.

Medical Conditions & Losing Weight
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