As covered in my last newsletter, this issue comes two weeks later than usual due to being on my honeymoon. I spent two weeks in Asia - Thailand and Vietnam - where I did surprisingly well with my health and being gluten free. And the foot and leg massages were amazing!

Detailed blogs on how I did whilst away will be coming out over the next couple of weeks, so keep your eyes peeled. I'd like to think that sharing how I manage my health when on holiday helps other thyroid patients to effectively manage their's and enjoy their vacations too.

If you can't wait until the blogs are out, take a sneak peak at my Instagram for some insight!

Since getting home from the honeymoon, I've made the decision to clean up my diet and get back on to eating much more cleanly. I'm also slowly increasing my physical exercise too, in a bid to feel fitter and younger. Hypothyroidism can definitely make you feel older than you are.

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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That’s all for this issue but look out for the next one in two weeks’ time. If there’s anything you think I should specifically mention, please let me know.

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Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism