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Hypothyroidism Diet [Second Edition] - Recipes for Hypothyroidism and Losing Weight Fast - cover

Hypothyroidism Diet [Second Edition] - Recipes for Hypothyroidism and Losing Weight Fast

Arthur K. Burnett

Publisher: Speedy Publishing Books

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Hypothyroidism Diet [Second Edition] Recipes for Hypothyroidism and Losing Weight Fast ------- Now [Second Edition], with the following changes: * New introduction additional text - 300+ words. * New content: Multiple recipes - over 3800 words. * Improved formatting and editing ------- What is hypothyroidism? It's a condition which millions of people all over the world suffer from as well as the fatigue, sensitivity to cold, skin conditions, difficulty losing weight or weight gain that it can cause. However, there is natural treatment for hypothyroidism available, whether alone or alongside a regimen of medical treatment to manage the condition: a healthy diet which includes foods for hypothyroidism.

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