Hi Coach, I need some help. I was wondering if you've had any experience helping folks with thyroid/hormonal issues? I'm 42 years old, and really struggling with my weight loss. I've tried various Beachbody products throughout the years, and have never really gotten the results I'm after. I went through a very stressful time in life about 5 years ago, which I believe led to several health issues, including underactive thyroid, low testoterone, and adrenal fatigue. Even though many doctors will not recognize that last one, I still believe that it is a real disorder, and that I have many of the symptoms. I am currently on thyroid meds now, and doctor's have pressured me into taking HRT for the low T. I have avoided it at this point because I also do not want to deal with the side effects of replacement therapy (i.e. testicular atrophy, man boobs, acne, etc.) When my T levels were last checked, I was at 205, so not very good for a 42 year old man. Throughout all of this, I have tried to remain consistent with my working out. However, my workouts tire me out very easily, I do P90x3, mixed with some Insanity and Les Mills Combat. I oftentimes have to take 2-3 days off afterward just to recover from one workout. I am very frustrated because I am still fairly young, but feel as if my health is slowly starting to slip away. I am not ready to be done with life! I have been to various doctors, some more homeopathic in nature, and of course, the more traditional practitioners. No one can give me clear answers as to what is wrong with me. I've had MRIs, etc., and thankfully there are no tumors on my pituitary, but my levels show that my pituitary is not functioning properly. At one point, I went to a homeopathic doctor, and he had me on so much medicine/supplements that I feel "jacked-up" all the time. I'm really at a loss. I realize you are not a doctor, but I was wondering if you might have some advice/insight. I have run calorie deficits and have tracked my macros, and have lost some weight, but almost wonder if I'm dialing it in right for someone with my issues. Should someone with my conditions run more of a deficit (right now I run about 1000 calorie deficit) or should I be adding back some calories. I also have tried the fat shredder plan 50/30/20, and again, very minimal weight loss. Should I adjust that? Would I require more carbs/fat? Am I just spinning my wheels without hormone replacement? Thanks coach. I'd appreciate any input. Again, I'm just very disheartened right now.