Many People Unknowingly Suffer from Leaky Gut Syndrome

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( — January 04, 2013)  Boston, MA— In Health Nutrition News’ newest article and video the experts discuss leaky gut syndrome, also known as rotten gut syndrome, and how people experience symptoms associated with this condition daily. Anyone accustomed to experiencing gas, bloating, fatigue, acid reflux, headaches, and/or an inability to lose weight could unknowingly be suffering from leaky gut syndrome.


The experts from Health Nutrition explain that leaky gut syndrome is a condition in which undigested food and food intolerances are creating a toxic environment within the body. This plants the seeds for long-term pain, suffering, and ill-health throughout various tissues and organs of the body. If left unaddressed, leaky guy syndrome can do a number on the body’s health, starving the cells from necessary nutrients needed to flourish.    


The nutritionists introduce the cause of leaky gut as insufficient digestive enzyme production by the body, which has become very common due to the natural aging process, stress, an unbalanced diet, and poor eating habits. The bad news is that there is no miracle cure for treating leaky gut, but the good news is there are a number of ways to help the body heal from this condition.


Health Nutrition News suggests a diet that reduces refined sugars, dairy, gluten, alcohol, and artificial sweeteners as these foods greatly contribute to leaky gut syndrome. Also consuming lots of omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oils and nuts, as well as high-fiber and fermented foods, help promote the growth of good probiotic bacteria. Lastly, their nutritionists recommend that taking a daily probiotic supplement can help quickly heal a damaged intestinal lining cause by leaky gut.


The full article and video can be viewed HERE


Health Nutrition News has made available for a limited time this free report Top 10 Gut Cleansing Foods. Changing a diet is just the first steps in correcting this condition; people may use this report as a guide to relief from leaky gut syndrome.