Leaky Gut Diet - 30 Days meal plan
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Leaky Gut Syndrome is also known as Intestinal Permeability or Hyper-permeable Intestines. Medically speaking, this means that the lining of the intestines has become significantly more porous and damaged. This can allow undigested food particles, toxic waste products and bacteria to "leak" through the intestines and flood the blood stream.
In most cases, leaky gut is created by a poor diet or a bad gut flora. However, it can also be caused by medications including antibiotics, steroids or over-the-counter pain relievers like aspirin and acetaminophen, and chronic stress.
Leaky gut syndrome is a condition that affects your digestive system.
Leaky gut syndrome is a rapidly growing condition that millions of people are struggling with and don’t even know it. From the sound of it, you might think leaky gut syndrome only affects the digestive system, but in reality it can lead to many other health conditions.
According to research, the cause of your food allergies, low energy, joint pain, thyroid disease, autoimmune conditions and slow metabolism could be leaky gut symptoms progression.
In this article, I will outline specifically how you can heal leaky gut syndrome and break through the health problems you’ve been struggling with.
The good news is there’s a solution to successfully healing leaky gut. There is a four-step process that includes:
REMOVE foods and factors that damage the gut
REPLACE with healing foods
REPAIR with specific supplements
REBALANCE with probiotics
This is the protocol I used with my patients while practicing functional medicine that helped them see incredible results.
1. Remove certain foods and factors that damage the gut
It’s essential to remove allergens and inflammatory foods such as un-sprouted grains, added sugar, GMOs, refined oils, synthetic food additives and conventional dairy products. The top toxic exposures to eliminate are tap water, pesticides, NSAIDS and antibiotics — but remember to always consult with your physician if he or she has prescribed these for you.
2. Replace gut-damaging foods with gut-healing foods
If you suffer from leaky gut syndrome, you’re overdue to consider adopting a leaky gut diet. Such a diet contains foods support healing because they are easy to digest and can help repair the lining of the intestines.