In this video, I tell how I lost all of the weight I’d gained after becoming hypothyroid (following thyroid ablation) and how I’ve kept it off for years. Please subscribe …
How I Lost My Thyroid Weight ... and Defeated the (Fat) Beast Forever
In this video, I tell how I lost all of the weight I’d gained after becoming hypothyroid (following thyroid ablation) and how I’ve kept it off for years. Please subscribe to Beauty Thyroid Beast: https://bit.ly/2LLOQwh
And check out this video I did with Dr. Todd, in which he talks in depth about his No. 1 behavior-based weight-loss secret, stimulus management:
Please share my videos with people you know with hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s disease, Graves’ disease or other thyroid issues. My goal with this channel is to give hope and help at least one person like the one I used to be 20 years ago, when I got diagnosed with Graves’ disease followed by hypothyroidism.
My husband, Dr. Todd, the world’s best psychologist, has helped me understand weight loss from a behavioral approach. He’s taught weight-loss classes. As someone who also has hypothyroidism and struggles with his weight, he totally understands how unruly this thyroid beast can be, too.
Here are some weight-loss tips from Mary Shomon at VeryWellHealth.com:
Some background on the connection between the thyroid and weight:
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MY STORYTELLING STORY:
Colleen Kenney loves little stories that say big things. As a news and sports feature writer at the Lincoln Journal Star and Omaha World-Herald, she won more than a dozen national awards for those little stories. One of them, about a little girl’s birthday party at the People’s City Mission, was featured in the college journalism textbook “Inside Reporting.”
A two-time Pulitzer nominee, Kenney was a featured speaker at a National Writers Workshop as well as conferences sponsored by the American Press Institute. Her work has been selected for websites devoted to fine feature writing, and one was picked as a “notable” in The Best American Sports Writing of 2010 – “The Man Who Stole From Tom Osborne.”
More than a dozen years ago, an editor put a video camera in her hands and her passion for video began. She started to see herself not as a writer, but as a storyteller. She studied documentary and film as a Knight-Wallace Fellow at Michigan in 2007-’08, and her short films have made the rounds of film festivals in the past several years.