3. Thyroid Issues

Another common reason for stiff and achy joints is low thyroid function.

Hypothyroidism affects many women on a daily basis, and some don’t even know it.

If you can’t afford to get tested for your thyroid, I’d suggest reading the book, “The Thyroid Diet”, by Mary Shannon, which helped me cure a low thyroid all on my own.

I can tell you as someone who used to be tired, suffer brain fog, constant joint pain, and poor digestion from low thyroid, that the book changed my life.

I learned foods like soy and other legumes, cruciferous veggies like broccoli and kale were aggravating my thyroid, and I was filling up on them daily!2

I also cut out gluten, and started eating more thyroid-boosting ingredients like coconut oil, fish, romaine lettuce, flaxseed, asparagus, and almonds.

I also made sure to follow the lifestyle tips in the book, and in just a week I felt 100% better.

Achy joints are a top symptom of low thyroid, so be sure you consider this reason when trying to cure your stiff and achy joints.

If you’d like to check out the book I suggested, you can find it here: amazon.com.

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