In this episode, I discuss the important role that your gut bacteria play in establishing a balance between fighting off potential invaders while allowing for further growth of your beneficial microorganisms. When this balance is upset by cracks in your intestinal membrane, the resulting havoc can affect your immune system and your thyroid functions. This problem is perhaps solvable by the elimination  of damage to that important intestinal wall.

This photo was taken during my 3 week trip to France in 1983. That bottle of wine cost about $2 American dollars at the time.

Here are a few links if you’d like to read more about this topic:
This first one is about the auto-immune thyroid disease that I discussed.

 This one talks about an imbalance of thyroid hormones possibly linked to a leaky gut.