WHAT IS LEAKY GUT?
There is a very thin lining of cells which together as a cluster, controls the passing of various substances from the gut into the blood.
When the lining deteriorates, many problems arise as toxins, large food/protein particles, microbes, and other metabolites enter the bloodstream and cause various diseases along with the inflammation of the gut itself.
The causes are numerous ranging from the common towards a few specifics. The diet which we take in contains high amounts of sugars or fats which are the leading cause of gut leakage. Other possible causes include excessive alcohol consumption, stress, bacterial imbalance, antibiotics, food allergies, and gastrointestinal infections.
As for a leaky gut and likewise problems, there is a vast line of treatment options available. The most suitable way is through the diet.
Changing your diet can have an impact on the overall health of your gut and gastrointestinal system. The following food should heal and repair your gut.
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Going Gluten Free
Gluten intolerance is a common issue because a damaged gut can’t withstand the aggravated effects of the gluten.
Consider cutting gluten from your diet for 21 days, and you shall witness the positive effects and ease discomfort.
Fermented foods such as sauerkraut, tempeh, kefir, and other fermented yogurt or kimchi can help you reduce the gut leaking and repair it in the long run.
These foods not only contain the right set of nutrients in them but also the good source of the bacteria which will countermeasure the effects of bad or ill bacteria which have already breached our bloodstream.
Fermented products when used for longer periods improve the number of good bacteria present in the gut along with increasing immune system and providing support to the gut.
Add Prebiotic Foods to Your Diet
Although the probiotic bacteria are a good source of essential nutrients and enzymes needed to keep the internal of the gastrointestinal tract at an optimum, still there is a blank which needs to be filled. We take the probiotic but overlook to include the foods in our diet which will ensure the longevity of these good bacteria in our gut.
These food include.
• Citrus fruits/Apples