Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Thyroid disorder:The silent disease no one talks about.

Rehema suspects her condition may have been instigated by a love for junk and sweet foods. “I am a sweet tooth,” she admits laughingly. “I snacked on cakes, ice crème, French fries... the list is long.” Today though, vegetables and plant products have replaced the sweet food. According to nutritionist Kepha Nyanumba of AAR, majority of illnesses that afflict humanity could be prevented if everyone ate appropriately – meaning more vegetables and less of animal products. Unfortunately, says Kepha, majority of Kenyans love food that is easy on the tongue which is often processed and sweetened excessively. Today, Rehema is a healthy woman. She is also a mother of one: the worry of being infertile before starting a family has now dissipated. She however has regular checks with the hospital if her thyroid has reverted back to over activity.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/entertainment/pulse/article/2000148197/thyroid-disorder-the-silent-disease-no-one-talks-about?pageNo=3
Rehema suspects her condition may have been instigated by a love for junk and sweet foods. “I am a sweet tooth,” she admits laughingly. “I snacked on cakes, ice crème, French fries... the list is long.” Today though, vegetables and plant products have replaced the sweet food. According to nutritionist Kepha Nyanumba of AAR, majority of illnesses that afflict humanity could be prevented if everyone ate appropriately – meaning more vegetables and less of animal products. Unfortunately, says Kepha, majority of Kenyans love food that is easy on the tongue which is often processed and sweetened excessively. Today, Rehema is a healthy woman. She is also a mother of one: the worry of being infertile before starting a family has now dissipated. She however has regular checks with the hospital if her thyroid has reverted back to over activity.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/entertainment/pulse/article/2000148197/thyroid-disorder-the-silent-disease-no-one-talks-about?pageNo=3
By Gardy Chacha Updated Saturday, January 17th 2015 at 10:38 GMT +3 0 inShare 
Rehema suspects her condition may have been instigated by a love for junk and sweet foods. “I am a sweet tooth,” she admits laughingly. “I snacked on cakes, ice crème, French fries... the list is long.” Today though, vegetables and plant products have replaced the sweet food. 
According to nutritionist Kepha Nyanumba of AAR, majority of illnesses that afflict humanity could be prevented if everyone ate appropriately – meaning more vegetables and less of animal products. Unfortunately, says Kepha, majority of Kenyans love food that is easy on the tongue which is often processed and sweetened excessively. 


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