I am making changes. Joshua Smith Fitness does not fit what I am doing now.
I started Joshua Smith Fitness when I was a Beachbody Coach. I liked the company and what they were trying to do, but the product, Shakeology, does not treat my body well. I have hyperthyroidism and the super herbs in Shakeology is bad for me.
I am treating my conditions not with lots of exercise and one-size-fits-all nutritional supplements, but with two wheels and doctor regulated supplements. I’m still exercising, but its not the same and for another post.
So, Joshua Smith Fitness is fading and Adventures With Redbeard is here. This is also the name of my YouTube channel and Facebook page. YouTube has some traction, but the Facebook page is brand new.
There may be more changes, but this is the start.
I am dealing with hyperthyroidism. At first glance this seems like a nice thing to have. I mean more energy, the ability to lose weight without hardly trying. But with this comes other things like irritability and fatigue. Sometimes people are given a diagnosis of bipolar when they actually have hyperthyroidism. Being a male with thyroid issues is a rare thing and hyperthyroid is not very common either.
I believe this condition can be managed with diet. The problem I’m having is that there is some mixed information about what to eat. Some of the things I have found so far is that peanuts and almonds are helpful. I’ve read that these have iodine uptake inhibitors. I didn’t realize how important it was to stay away from iodine until one day I took an herbal formula specifically designed to help the thyroid which contained kelp. Wow, that morning I was buzzing. The tremors I had that morning were substantial.
I have heard that I am to stay away from cereal. I don’t know what that really means. My working definition of cereal includes oats. The picture below shows what I refer to as designer oats. I seem to do well with this, but I’ll still keep an eye on it.
Breakfast is an interesting meal. I have read the best thing for me to eat is savory foods. I have always been someone to eat sweet breakfasts. I am beginning to experiment.
If you suffer from a thyroid condition, especially hyperthyroidism, please comment and let me know some of the things you have for breakfast.