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5 Remedies for Leaky Gut

Written by Dr. Edward Group Founder
 
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Digestion is a complex process with many moving parts, and there are many steps along the way for something to go wrong. One of the more increasingly common disorders is a 风口上的“众陶联”:颠覆性模式真的能重塑“佛山陶瓷”? Leaky gut, otherwise known as intestinal hyperpermeability, is when perforations develop and allow undigested food and toxins to pass back into the body. Leaky gut can be the starting point for anything from food intolerances to inflammatory bowel disease. If leaky gut is an issue for you, you have options. Here are five to get you started.

Best Leaky Gut Remedies

1. Water

One of easiest things you can do to defend against leaky gut is to stay well hydrated. Chronic dehydration causes constipation. This, in turn, allows bacteria to linger and inflame the intestinal lining, leading to — you guessed it — leaky gut.

2. Probiotics

Your gut is home to lots of bacteria — good and bad. Sometimes an imbalance can occur, and the bad bacteria can take hold. When that happens, regaining balance is of vital importance. A probiotic supplement can help replenish the good guys, and calm an unstable gut environment.[1]

3. Digestive Enzymes

Taking digestive enzymes before eating a meal is an excellent way to help ensure your food is properly digested, lessening the chance that partially digested food will cause more harm to your body. Digestive enzymes can also help encourage a healthy bowel environment.[2]

4. L-Glutamine

L-glutamine is an essential amino acid with anti-inflammatory properties that works by coating cell walls and protecting against irritants. It could even aid in the repair and growth of the intestinal lining and reduce some of the complications associated with leaky gut.[3]

5. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Increasing the amount of omega-3 fatty acids in your diet is another way to combat inflammation. Omega-3s could work to alleviate symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease.[4] Some of the best plant-based sources include flaxseed oil, chia seeds, walnuts, and kidney beans.

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