Manage Leaky Gut with Dietary Changes and Exercise

Manage Leaky Gut with Dietary Changes and Exercise

Leaky gut, or intestinal hyperpermeability of the gastrointestinal (GI) lining which otherwise separates waste in the bowels from the bloodstream. When the GI lining becomes more porous than normal, it results in large spaces between the cells (“tight junctions”) of the gut wall. When these spaces open, materials like bacteria, fungi, parasites, undigested food particles,…

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7 Signs You Have Leaky Gut

7 Signs You Have Leaky Gut

Leaky gut is an increasingly pervasive health disorder in Western societies. It occurs when the lining of the small intestine becomes excessively permeable (develops “holes”), and as such, leads to the crossover of toxins, negative elements, and undigested food particles into the bloodstream. Once these foreign substances crossover, the immune system attacks them. Eventually, the…

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