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How To Treat Leaky Gut Syndrome Quickly
Be discerning: This "pop" / "fad" diagnosis is based on one lab's work from the 1980's; the simple test is the ability to absorb sucrose molecules intact, and most of the scientific community remains skeptical that it's a distinct entity, that it causes most if not all symptoms, and so forth. If you self-diagnose with a "fad" diagnosis, you'll never feel well again -- you'll notice that nobody ever gets cured. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inflammation: Leaky gut is usually due to inflammation in the stomach and protein from an infection or a particular food leaking thru into the blood supply. The lining of the stomach becomes leaky, while it normally is tight to these proteins. The treatment is to treat the infection, and to avoid the proteins in foods that you may be having a reaction to. ...Read more
Be careful here: I think that some illnesses feature hyperpermeability of the gut mucosa, but there are people out there who will attribute most-if-not-all disease to this entity, about which mainstream medicine remains skeptical. If you haven't recovered, perhaps your symptoms aren't due to "leaky gut" -- don't accept any suggestion that you are at fault for treatment failure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Real, but...: Don't accept the diagnosis of "leaky gut" syndrome without some real testing -- absorption of sucrose or mannitol. "Non-traditional healers" will diagnose this in most anyone, or encourage self-diagnosis. Use discernment and get a couple of opinions if you are asked to undertake something difficult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leaky gut diet: I recommend you follow an elimination diet for at least a month. Stop sugar, soy, sweeteners, dairy, eggs, gluten, peanuts, and citrus. After a month, if you want, you can reintroduce one food at a time no more often than a new food every 4 days or so in order to see which foods might be making your condition worse ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"Pop" diagnosis: Mainstream medicine knows little about the impact of food choices on overall health. "Leaky gut" is real and it's at the physician's discertion with informed consent to the patient. You do need to know that any suggestion that most autoimmune disease or mental illness is due to "leaky gut" would be, at this time, irresponsible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Digestive problems: Gut dysbiosis can present as digestive problems, allergies, asthma and eczema. If untreated it can lead to behavioral and psychiatric problems such as autism, adhd, add, ocd, dyslexia, dyspraxia, schizophrenia, depression, sleep disorders, and autoimmune diseases. Gut and psychology syndrome (gaps) establishes the connection between the gut and the brain. To learn more about gaps go to www.Gaps.Me. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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