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Dr. Gil Kajiki, Hashimoto’s Detective, Offers New Hope and Answers

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Hashimoto’s is a disease where the immune system attacks your thyroid, but the medical community either can’t diagnose it, will tell you it’s just stress, or are treating the symptoms instead of addressing the underlying reasons your immune system is haywire!

There is no one-size fits all solution to thyroid dysfunction. Without the distinctive legion of tests that Dr. Kajiki has identified, most doctors miss the signs and are mystified at why patients aren’t getting well. To find the right protocol that pinpoints the specific root cause of a patient’s thyroid-related ailment or auto-immune problem, Dr. Kajiki created the internationally acclaimed Kajiki Protocol. He engages a wide variety of testing procedures and indicators, including 63 different tests instead of the standard 10 that MDs use, and inflammatory blood markers, immune system challenges, gastro-intestinal microbial, leaky gut testing, adrenal dysfunction, urinary hormone metabolites and more.

Dr. Kajiki is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, Chiropractor (C.F.M.P., D.C.) and patient educator with clients on four continents. His clientele include celebrities, corporate leaders, women stressed by family life and work, computer programmers, athletes, homemakers, radio show hosts, admin assistants, health practitioners and doctors. He is revolutionizing the way that hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroid are diagnosed and corrected using drug-free solutions. Dr. Kajiki creates his personalized program with dietary changes, nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals and enzymes and lifestyle enhancements that improve lab test results and reduce symptoms.

Dr Kajiki joins us to talk about his latest book: Sick, Tired, Untreated and Abandoned

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