Featured Podcast: Kiran Krishnan on “Thyroid and Probiotics”
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Do you know the connection between your GUT and your THYROID?

Join Thyroid Nation co-hosts Danna & Tiffany with special guest, Just Thrive microbiologist Kiran Krishnan as he discusses his story, his view on current thyroid patient symptoms, and

– Function of the gut (to host 70% of the immune tissue in the body)

– Spore-based probiotic composition for reduction of dietary of endotoxemia

– Delivery of live probiotic cultures in noncaloric hydrating water

– Method of use of Vitamin K2 as an energy enhancer

It’s going to be a wonderfully, informative, enlightening and fabulous show, JOIN US!! 


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