By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
www.Nleaky gut

Leaky gut, there’s a whole lot of talking going on about it! So you need to know answers to questions like, “How can I tell if I have Leaky Gut?” and “What are the signs and symptoms of leaky gut?” The first thing you should know is that Leaky Gut Syndrome is a gastrointestinal condition where the intestinal lining has become porous allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream. It is kind of like having a home with a gate for security against intruders. The gate represents your intestinal lining protecting your body against toxins, microbes, and undigested food particles from entering your bloodstream.

When you have Leaky Gut, the intestines cannot do the proper job of blocking the bad stuff from entering your blood stream. The effect of leaky gut causes inflammation which is the start of many diseases and illnesses. Leaky gut can be the beginning point to many conditions like scleroderma, alopecia, colitis, rheumatoid arthritis, skin conditions, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, Crohn’s disease, auto immunity, asthma, chronic food reactions, constant headaches and more.

So, here are some signs and symptoms to look for if you suspect that you may have Leaky Gut; food sensitivities, autoimmune diseases, thyroid disease especially with Hashimoto’s, malabsorption of nutrients, mood swings, vitamin deficiencies, hair loss, and skin disorders. Anyone who has one or more of these conditions is excellent candidate for our Leaky Gut Test.

Leaky gut can be at the root of many symptoms and conditions. Leaky gut can be healed and we can help you! With every test result, you will receive a protocol from our staff to support better gut health and overall health and wellness.

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Medical disclaimer: Our Leaky Gut test kit and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.