Which Exercises Are Best For An Underactive Thyroid?

Walking is one of the easiest workouts that everyone with a pulse can, and should, do daily. All you need is a pair of comfortable shoes. It gets your heart pumping and blood flowing, which helps nutrients and medications make their way throughout your entire body, including your brain!

If you have an underactive thyroid, diagnosed or un-diagnosed, there are specific exercises that are better than others.

If you're like me and struggle with hypothyroidism, and you feel tired and run down most of the time, exercise is probably the last thing you feel like doing. Symptoms like fatigue, swelling, and muscle aches and pains can make you think more activity couldn't possibly be good. But staying active doing specific types of exercises, done in a strategic way, can actually help improve thyroid function. And, on the flipside, some exercises can make thyroid symptoms worse and cause autoimmune flare-ups.

If your condition is well-controlled, you can continue doing the same physical activity you've been doing and exercise as someone without a thyroid disorder.
However, if you are having a hard time losing weight, it's time to take a new approach to improve thyroid, adrenal function, and endocrinologists agree.

Medication from your doctor only treats thyroid symptoms and is not the only or best way to improve thyroid health.

To improve thyroid health, alleviate hypothyroid symptoms and start losing weight again, you'll need a more proactive and healthier holistic approach.

When you combine daily walking, the right foods for your thyroid, and nourish and protect its sensitive health by taking LynFit Thyro-Boost, you can feel safe knowing you're doing everything in your power to support your body, make more thyroid hormones, and overcome the problems that come with hypothyroidism.

Happy Healthy Walking!




Lisa Lynn, Clinical Metabolic Nutrition & Fitness Expert. Best known for her 18+ years as Martha Stewart’s trainer, who was responsible for Martha’s over-50 amazing physical transformation that caught the attention of Dr. Oz, leading to her many appearances on the Dr. Oz Show. Lisa is not just another trainer; she herself lost 40 pounds and has kept it off, even with a sluggish thyroid and menopause.

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