It is difficult to comment on your protein electrophoresis results without actualy seeing them, while your blood count suggests that you might have vitamin deficiencies. Food allergy/ intolerance, a compromised digestive system, immune system disorders and abnormal germs in the bowel can be associated with these, as can dietary insufficiency. Elevated levels of GGT suggest liver inflammation, which might also be connected with food intolerance or compromised insulin function
You are suffering from a number of disorders, the cause of which are complex and not always clearly understood, making the answers you so desperately seek not easily accessible. Hashimoto's thyroiditis has been connected with coeliac disease and gluten intolerance, as well as iodine excess and possibly even iodine and selenium deficiency. In experiments on animals, probiotics or the so-called ‘beneficial bacteria’ have been shown to reverse the immune dysfunction found in medical conditions like Hashimoto's thyroiditis. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/221107
Fibromyalgia has been linked with zinc, magnesium and vitamin B6 deficency together with an excessive accumulation of free radicals and increased intestinal permeability, also known as ‘leaky gut.’ Hormone imbalances and their treatment might help to ameliorate pain associated with fibromyalgia.
All of these underlying precipitating events, some of which possibly explaining your biochemical abnormalities, can be identified with the appropriate investigations. It has to be said that these tests and the treatments they generate are speculative and experimental.
The following website is a useful resource as it evaluates natural treatments of medical conditions.
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