Hello this is Dr. Stan and I will assist you with your question today. I am U.S. trained,
Board Certified and I have 32 years of patient experience. I am happy to help you. I'm sorry that you are concerned about your increased weight. Since your Thyroid was tested and in the normal range, there is another explanation. It is not that you are eating more, but you are eating too many carbohydrates (sugars). Our bodies burn food in a certain order. First, available carbs, then stored fats and last muscle in the form of protein. Exercise helps to increase metabolism and burn more calories. May I suggest you try the following for 2 weeks. Eat only fish (broiled, baked or steamed), green leafy vegetables, salads but only with vinegar or lemon juice, chicken (without the skin) baked, broiled. No oil, fat or sugar of any kind. No flour products. Eat until you are satisfied. You will lose 6-8 lbs. If you add 20 minutes of cardiovascular exercise daily, you can lose an additional 2-4 pounds. It's not so much how much you eat, but what you eat.
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