How do I lose weight with an underactive thyroid?

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Some of the best ways to lose weight with an underactive thyroid is to cut down on calories, take the correct amount of protein and doing exercise. People with underactive thyroids should however make sure they never take less than 1000 calories per day. They should also not engage in heavy exercises but go for light exercises such as walking for 20 to 30 minutes. Taking the right amount of protein improves their metabolic rate consequently increasing the rate at which they lose weight.
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How to Lose Weight With Underactive Thyroid
The thyroid is a small gland located in the front of your neck that is responsible for regulating a number of important functions, including heart rate and metabolism. An underactive thyroid can impair your weight-loss efforts, as a sluggish metabolism... More »
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Hypothyroidism slows down your metabolism, making it more difficult to lose extra pounds and maintain a healthy body weight. But weight loss is still possible with hypothyroidism.
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