7 years ago I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and as a 17 year old boy I took it pretty hard and went a bit AWOL. For years I've been stressed, depressed and angry with almost every aspect of my life and struggling to cope. However recently, with the help of my wonderful girlfriend who has stuck with me this whole time, I've landed a good job and with that a more rigid daily regimen. As a result I have noticed differences in my moods, energy levels and concentration when considering external influences like dietary habits etc.
Is there a comprehensive guide for hints and tips covering everything from what to eat for breakfast that doesn't negatively effect thyroxine efficiency to more complicated issues like calcium levels and health problems associated with levothyroxine and ways to eleviate/avoid health issues and keep healthy ( eg. vitimins, supplements, preferred dosage times to suit lifestyles )?
Basically - a dummies guide to having no thyroid.
Thank you in advance.