Hi, I came across 'Dr. K' shortly before finding Peat. Initially I was excited that there may be other 'natural' ways of resolving Hashi's, eg, the herbs and Vit.d. However I decided not to bother buying the book, because on closer inspection, the impression I got was that he was a quack using bad science. Maybe not the quackiest of quacks, but still. I was then surprised to see many people on these forums, and also Danny Roddy on his website mentioning and quoting him in an uncritical way. Having read Peat on autoimmunity, it seems that Peat describes it in a completely different way than Dr. K. Am I missing something? Why do Peat readers like his work? Do some of you dislike his work and if so why? Some of my (half-formed) thoughts on Dr.K: TH1 and TH2 - sounds like bad science. He says that nearly all people with Hashi's have a Vit D absorption problem. I have Hashi's but do not have a Vit D absorption problem (doesn't discount this theory being a good one). How do gluten antibodies become thyroid antibodies? If gluten is always (always/often?) the cause of thyroid autoimmunity, how to explain people with Hashimoto's who are not also Celiac? Reasons why I wouldn't instantly trust him: First, many of his qualifications are based on Chiropractic/Applied Kinesiology, or Nutrition. For example, one of his qualifications - "Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport" could have been this online course: http://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/gra ... ons/online And secondly, he sells his own potions. Why is Dr.K welcomed round these parts?