Despite what you've heard about healthy eating and regular exercise to lose weight, the reality is 99% of weight loss resistance is hormonal. Anyone with a thyroid disorder--whether undiagnosed, diagnosed, or under treated--knows the frustration of eating salads every day, exercising five days a week, but the scale doesn't budge.
Many people have been told that iodine is not safe for Hashimoto's. As result, people may be avoiding a vital nutrient which could potentially help them. When used in the right way and under the supervision of a knowledgeable medical practitioner, iodine may be an important part of the Hashimoto patient's tool kit.