Understand What Is Leaky Gut Syndrome

In leaky gut syndrome, due to a gap or leakiness of the bowel wall, it is possible for partly digested food, bacteria, fungi, viruses and other organisms in intestinal contents to enter the blood and spread to all parts of the body.

In response, the immune system launches an autoimmune attack which leads to most of the symptoms of leaky gut disease. The consequences of this are a bloated sensation and bowel gas production. Other complications that can happen sometimes include arthritis, fatigue, eczema and skin rashes, abdominal pain, and sensitivity to some types of food.

Leaky gut syndrome symptoms are non-specific and can mimic other gut ailments and it can be hard to tell them apart. You can learn more about leaky gut syndrome here: http://leakygutsyndromecure.org

Leaky Gut Syndrome Causes – What We Know

Below are some of the leaky gut syndrome causes that have been identified by recent research.

1. Intestinal parasites, bacteria and viruses that find their way into the body though contaminated sources of food and water.

2. Deficiency of regular digestive enzymes causes a condition that’s similar to celiac disease and Crohn’s disease.

3. Overeating refined carbohydrates can worsen the leak causing intestinal contents to cross the gut lining and enter the blood stream.

4. Dyes, food preservatives and coloring material contain toxins that might worsen the leaking gut disease.

5. Psychological stress and anxiety are responsible for some cases presenting with symptoms suggestive of leaky gut syndrome.

6. Drugs like NSAIDs worsen gut permeability and their propensity to breach the intestinal mucous membrane makes them candidates for the cause of LGS.

For other suggested leaky gut syndrome causes you can check out this article: http://www.leakygutcurereview.org

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Leaky Gut Syndrome Diet – What To Eat

Looking for a suitable leaky gut diet?

A significant number of people suffer from a condition called leaky gut. Those who have this disorder can not many types of foods as this can make their problem worse. Figuring out what works and what doesn’t is long process. Also many people who have this condition don’t even know that they suffer from it.

If you suffer from leaky gut syndrome you need to exercise caution about the food that you eat. Look for items that will cause like injury to the already fragile walls of intestine and gut. Choose foods that will digest easily and have microbicidal properties. This will lessen the stress on you digestive tract.

Include a healthy mix of leafy vegetables, seeds and nuts, unprocessed meat, onion, garlic, leeks, fresh fruit, low-fat milk and yoghurt to your diet to lessen the symptoms of leaky gut.

Learn more about the leaky gut syndrome diet from the special report report at ‘Leaky Gut Cure’. And also check out this Leaky Gut Cure review by Karen Brimeyer.

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Celiac Disease Symptoms

Celiac disease symptoms include stomach ache,  weight loss, diarrhea, fatty stools, skin rash, bone problems and fatigue. These are so non-specific that they are often mistaken for other intestinal conditions such as Leaky Gut Syndrome and gluten intolerance.

Because of the allergic reaction elicited to gluten protein in wheat, rye and barley, these patients have malabsorption of nutrients as well as other systemic symptoms. Nutritional deficiencies are frequently seen if the condition is not detected at a younger age and treatment initiated.

To learn more about celiac disease symptoms and treatment of the condition, read this report at ‘Leaky Gut Syndrome Cure‘. And don’t miss this Leaky Gut Cure review by Karen Brimeyer.

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Do You Know: Gluten Intolerance Symptoms

Gluten intolerance produces painful and inconvenient symptoms. Once diagnosed, treatment of gluten intolerance is easy. Unfortunately, sufferers are often unaware of the reasons for their problems.

Gluten intolerance produces effects due to immunological problem related to protein in wheat, rye and barley. The body incorrectly assumes it is dealing with foreign protein, and launches an assault on its own tissues which creates damage and several symptoms.

Autoimmune reactions lead to severe intestinal symptoms, and these along with malnutrition lead to complications. The villi lining the small intestine are folds that increase the surface area to boost absorption of digested food.

In gluten intolerance villi are damaged and the absorptive surface of the gut becomes smaller. As a result, it is harder to digest and absorb proteins in wheat, barley or rye. Malnutrition is the inevitable result.

For more about gluten intolerance symptoms, read this report. And don’t miss this report at the “Leaky Gut Cure Review” website. And check out Karen Brimeyer’s popular book on the subject, “The Leaky Gut Cure“. You can read a Leaky Gut Cure review here.

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Leaky Gut Syndrome Symptoms

Leaky Gut Syndrome (LGS) is a condition caused by increased permeability or leakiness of the lining of the intestine, leading to malabsorption and infections when bacteria and viruses breach the gut barrier to enter the blood stream.

Leaky gut syndrome symptoms are non-specific and often mistaken for other intestinal disorders like tropical sprue and irritable bowel syndrome. The typical symptoms of feeling bloated, heartburn, irregular bowel habits, gas, and depression are shared by other conditions.

Leaky gut symptoms are important to detect and recognize early so that treatment can be started before complications arise.

For more about leaky gut syndrome symptoms and signs, see this report at the “Leaky Gut Cure Review” website. And check out Karen Brimeyer’s popular book on the subject, “The Leaky Gut Cure“. You can read a Leaky Gut Cure review here.

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