Do you know 100 MILLION People (and probably YOU) Suffer from HOLES in their Gut?
Leaky Gut, Crohn's, IBS or Diverticulitis are Silently KILLING People by the Millions!
Did you know that most pain, disease and suffering is most often BECAUSE of POISONING from HOLES in your gut (leaky gut)?
A Leaking Gut will KICK your Butt, and eventually it will kill you!
3000 years ago, King Solomon wrote,
“Don’t be a FOOL! Why die before your time?”
But most people DO die before their time! But YOU don’t have to!
Up to 20% of people have a hole in their heart, but THIS almost universal problem of holes in your gut (leaky gut) is slowly and silently ruining the health of over 90% of all people!
This internal poisoning leads to inflammation which is the source of most illnesses, disabilities and diseases such as asthma, allergies, arthritis, pain, digestive problems, diabetes, heart disease, excessive fat, cancer, dementia, Alzheimer’s, Lupus, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression, IBS, autoimmune disease and too many more to name.
Would you go into a swimming pool
if a young child just pooped in it?
Would you drink water that had raw
sewage leaking into it?
Even if you could not taste it, eventually these
toxins would poison you, make you sick and
lead to a serious life threatening disease.
This is EXACTLY what is happening right
now to some degree, from the sewage and
other toxins leaking into your system, not
from your water, but from the tiny holes in your
intestines, known as “leaky gut.”
This leaking sewage (leaky gut) is slowly poisoning
and killing you, even if you feel ok for right now.
10 Signs You Have
A Leaky Gut HOT
[Originally published on DrAxe.com]
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 only affects the digestive system, but in reality it can lead to many other health conditions.
According to research, leaky gut could be the cause of your food allergies, low energy, joint pain, thyroid disease, autoimmune conditions and slow metabolism.
In this article I will outline specifically how you can heal leaky gut syndrome and breakthrough the health problems you've been struggling with.
What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?
Think of the lining of your digestive tract like a net with extremely small holes in it that only allow specific substances to pass through. Your gut lining works as a barrier keeping out bigger particles that can damage your system.
When someone has leaky gut (often referred to as increased intestinal permeability) the "net" in your digestive tract gets damaged, which causes even bigger holes to develop in your net, so things that normally can't pass through, are now be able to.
Some of the things that can now pass through include proteins like gluten, bad bacteria and undigested foods particles. Toxic waste can also leak from the inside of your intestinal wall into your blood stream causing an immune reaction.1
Leaky Gut Symptoms and Progression
10 Signs That You May Have A Leaky Gut
This leads to inflammation throughout your system and can cause symptoms, such as:
· Thyroid conditions
· Joint pain
· Skin issues, like rosacea and acne
· Digestive problems
· Weight gain
· Syndrome X
One of the biggest early warning signs that you may have leaky gut can be that you're experiencing multiple food sensitivities. Partially digested protein and fat can seep through your intestinal lining making their way into your bloodstream which will cause an allergic response.
This allergic response doesn't mean you'll break out in a rash all over your body, but it can lead to one of the symptoms mentioned above.
If left un-repaired, it can lead to more severe health issues like inflammatory bowel disease, IBS, arthritis, eczema,2 psoriasis,3 depression, anxiety, migraine headaches, muscle pain and chronic fatigue.
According to the Journal of Diabetes there is a strong body of evidence pointing to leaky gut as a major cause of autoimmune diseases, including Type 1 Diabetes.4
Another problem with leaky gut is that it can cause malabsorption of vital minerals and nutrients including zinc, iron and vitamin B12.
What Causes Leaky Gut?
There are 4 main causes of leaky gut which include:
· Poor diet
· Toxin overload
· Bacterial imbalance.5
The most common components of food that can damage your intestinal lining are the proteins found in un-sprouted grains, sugar, GMO's, and conventional dairy.
The problem with unsprouted grains is they contain large amounts of nutrient blockers called phytates and lectins. Lectins are sugar-binding proteins that act as a natural defense system for plants that protect them from outside invaders like mold and parasites.
This is good news for plants but bad news for your body.
Your digestive lining is covered with sugar containing cells that help break down your food. Lectins gravitate toward this area and when they attach to your digestive lining it damages your gut, causing inflammation.
Lectins and Foods that Cause Leaky Gut
Lectins are found in many foods, not just grains. If consumed in smaller amounts, your body will do just fine with them. But foods that have large amounts of lectins, like wheat, rice, spelt, and soy, are more problematic.
Sprouting and fermenting grains reduces phytates and lectins, and makes these foods easier to digest.
GMO and hybridized foods tend to be the highest in lectins since they have been modified to fight off bugs.
Also, gluten containing grains will damage your intestinal lining causing leaky gut.
So while you are working to heal your system stay away from all grains especially ones that contain gluten like wheat. Once your gut is healthy you can add back in grains that have been fermented and sprouted to eat occasionally.
Conventional cows milk is another food that can cause leaky gut. The component of dairy that will harm your gut is the protein A1 Casein.
Also, the pasteurization process will destroy vital enzymes making sugars like lactose very difficult to digest. For this reason, I only recommend buying dairy that is raw and from: A2 cows, goat's, sheep, or buffalo.
Sugar is another substance that will wreak havoc on your digestive system.
Sugar will feed the growth of yeast, candida, and bad bacteria which will further damage your gut. Bad bacteria actually creates toxins called exotoxins that damage healthy cells and can eat a hole into your intestinal wall.
Other Factors that Cause Leaky Gut
Chronic Stress - Chronic stress weakens your immune system over time which cripples your ability to fight off foreign invaders, like bad bacteria and viruses leading to inflammation and leaky gut.
To reduce stress I recommend getting more sleep, schedule fun into your week, rest one day a week, meditate on scripture, and hang out with positive, uplifting people.
Toxins - We come into contact with over 80,000 chemicals and toxins every single year, but the worst offenders for causing leaky gut include antibiotics, pesticides, tap water, aspirin, and NSAIDS.
I recommend buying a high quality water filter to eliminate chlorine and fluoride and look to natural plant based herbs to reduce inflammation in your body.
Dysbiosis - Finally, one of the leading causes of leaky gut is a condition called dysbiosis, which means an imbalance between beneficial and harmful species of bacteria in your gut.
For many, this imbalance can begin at birth because of a C-section or because the mother didn't have a healthy gut herself. The overuse of prescription antibiotic drugs, tap water with chlorine and fluoride, and the lack of probiotic rich foods contribute to this imbalance of good and bad bacteria.
Leaky Gut and the Brain
Another topic I want to quickly discuss is how leaky gut can affect the brain. If you've ever seen a child with autism experience a mood swing, this can be caused by intestinal permeability.
Gluten and Casein-Free Diet's have proven effective for many children with autism because these proteins can leak through the gut and then recirculate and act on the brain similarly to an opioid drug.
This is also why leaky gut has been linked to other psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder.
So, in many cases, if you can heal the gut you can heal the brain.
In the beginning…
The newborn gut is unique in that it has not
completed maturation at the time of birth and
needs the growth factors and other components
of colostrum to complete its development.
The incomplete development of the gut benefits
to the newborn as it allows large proteins, such
as immunoglobulins, to easily enter the body.
However, intestinal permeability is not good for
older children or adults as it can contribute to
conditions such as leaky gut syndrome-a very
common (often undiagnosed) condition in which
the lining of the small intestine becomes inflamed.
Inflammation causes damage to the tissue, resulting
in excess permeability and unusually large spaces
between the cells of the mucosal lining, which allows
bacteria, viruses, fungi and other potentially toxic
materials to enter the bloodstream.
COLOSTRUM CAN HELP
A high quality first-milking colostrum can be of
substantial value in this regard. The immune
factors in colostrum contain a number of antibodies
that bind to invading microorganisms and hold them
in check while they are destroyed by white blood cells.
The most important of these antibodies are of the
immunoglobulin A (IgA) type. Not only do they attach
themselves to an invading microorganism, but they
are also able to stick to tissues, making it easier for
white blood cells to destroy the immobilized pathogen.
The process of destroying invading microorganisms
is aided by other substances present in colostrum.
These include lactoferrin and transferrin, which capture
the iron required by some bacteria to reproduce.
The growth factors in colostrum are also of substantial
benefit in leaky gut syndrome.
It is well documented that growth hormone and the
insulin-like growth factor (IGF) superfamily of proteins
aid in the proliferation of new cells.
These and other factors in colostrum can actually help
repair the damaged mucosal tissues.
Studies, including one published in the May 1999 issue
of GUT, show how the use of bovine colostrum may be
an effective way to help reduce excess permeability
caused by the use of NSAIDs.
The repair of the mucosal lining may also decrease
the severity of some food allergies, especially those
that are associated with undigested food particles
leaking into the bloodstream.
Repairing the intestinal damage caused by leaky gut
syndrome can also improve nutrient uptake.
Leaky gut syndrome results in significant mineral
deficiencies because carrier proteins are damaged
by the same inflammatory process that injures the
These carrier proteins are the means by which many
of the essential minerals are absorbed.
The lactoferrin and transferrin found in high-quality
colostrum serve as effective carrier proteins for iron
This is why many who have trouble with anemia find
help when taking colostrum.
In addition, the casein in complete colostrum is a carrier
protein for calcium, allowing it to be effectively absorbed.
Since the absorption of nutrients is so important to so
many functions in the body, the resolution of leaky gut
syndrome can have positive effects on many other conditions.
Compiled and edited by Ray Gebauer
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