By Alane Stieglitz, ND, CNC
This particular subject is a very personal one for me. I have dealt with gut issues for most of my life. It has kept me from time with my family, days at work, special events that I would have loved to attend, and on and on…If I had known back then that there was an alternative to heal my gut and feel amazing, I would have a very different story to tell!
So, What Is Leaky Gut? Our gut is porous, which allows nutrients and small molecules to be absorbed. Over time we continue to eat foods that we are sensitive to, which can cause junctions in our gut to be broken apart. This produces toxins, microbes, undigested food particles, and more to escape your intestines and travel through your bloodstream. All these “”escapees”” become seen as invaders to your immune system, and in response, you may begin to feel the symptoms of what Is known as leaky gut.
Leaky Gut symptoms can vary from irritable bowel syndrome, gas, bloating, seasonal allergies, food reactions, and even asthma. Even hormones, autoimmune, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and pain can be related to a leaky gut. If your body is not absorbing your nutrients properly, your mind will most likely not perform as well as it should be.
We offer a Comprehensive Stool Analysis, which is available to order via our website or call our staff. We will ship within 24 hours. This convenient kit identifies good bacteria, harmful bacteria, parasites, worms, leaky gut, digestive enzyme levels, PH balance, and red blood cell count. Our Comprehensive Stool Analysis +Parasitology comes with easy-to-follow instructions, which can be done in the privacy of your own home. You will receive a written protocol so you will have guidance on what is best to improve the leaky gut.
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