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Gut Health

Digestive Enzymes and Your Gut Health

In order to be able to properly absorb nutrients, your food has to be broken down into microscopic particles. Anything that’s not broken down or is unable to be absorbed, as in the case of many commercial foods with unnatural chemicals, they start composting somewhere in your intestinal tract, leading to any number of problems.

Whole Grains And Gluten Free

The simple fact is that we are not eating the same quality of whole wheat grains grown 100 years ago, what to speak of centuries past. And with the widespread use of GMO’s today, who knows what is in the products we eat.

Do You Have Food Sensitivities And Leaky Gut?

The intestinal lining is only one cell layer thick so that can become damaged fairly easily. When this layer becomes damaged, the holes in the sieve become bigger so that larger molecules of fat, carbohydrates, partially digested protein, and undigested protein can pass into the bloodstream.

Herbs For Your Leaky Gut

Maintaining healthy eating habits even after your digestive tract is repaired is critical to preventing future problems. Eat a healthy diet, avoid chemical medications as much as possible -this does not include supplements, take your herbs, keep up on probiotics, relax and continue good eating habits.

Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease

Leaky gut syndrome is related to many types of autoimmune diseases. There is a strong body of evidence pointing to leaky gut syndrome as a major cause of autoimmune diseases, including Type 1 Diabetes. Leaky gut syndrome happens when the normal sieve that is the absorptive surface of the small intestine develops bigger holes than is normal.

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