Did you know that it’s often difficult to pin down an accurate diagnosis for Leaky Gut syndrome?
Signs are symptoms like gas, abdominal pain, diarrhea, muscular spasms in the belly, headache, fatigue, swollen lymph nodes, and insomnia.
Leaky Gut causes so many different problems because the contents of both intestines will ooze out right into the surrounding tissues and organs. This puts the rest of the body at risk of contamination.
Now, did you know that a blood test is necessary to determine if you have Leaky Gut?
Certain antibodies will indicate that an overgrowth of yeast has occurred. Plus, poorly digested foods can be a red flag for Leaky Gut.
Another approach is to fight Leaky Gut syndrome with a diet designed to correct the problems in both intestines.
This dietary approach eliminates foods such as those containing gluten (breads and pastries), FERMENTED beverages, processed foods, dairy products (especially cheese), and sugary foods. Changing your eating habits can help your body repair itself.
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