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Cure Leaky Gut Syndrome Today- Three Easy Methods To Get You Started

Updated on June 6, 2011

You Are Not Alone!

Imagine being able to heal your leaky gut syndrome. You, along with millions of men and women with this disease wish they could turn that dream into a reality. It is a very painful disease that is connected to many autoimmune disorders as well as several health problems.

How would you describe leaky gut syndrome?

To sum it up, leaky gut syndrome results from damage to your intestinal lining. This makes it unable to protect your digestive system and get rid of wastes and harmful toxins. As a result, wastes, bacteria and incompletely digested proteins end up leaking out of your intestines and into your body. Your body, in order to combat this, activates an autoimmune reaction which can lead to serious health issues.

Unfortunately, leaky gut syndrome is not a recognized disease, but that doesn't mean there aren't treatments available to heal it. There are methods other than dangerous drugs and medicine used to combat this disease. Such methods consist of simple everyday techniques that heal your leaky gut the natural way. If you are interested in curing your disease without the use of drugs, then here are three effective methods to help you start.

Having A Healthy Diet Helps Cure Leaky gut Syndrome

If you eat packaged or fast food regularly, then it is time to stop. These foods have been processed so they do not have the necessary fiber and nutrients that you need. Having a diet that contains vegetables, fruits, seeds, nuts, meats and other unprocessed foods is essential because they are full of nutrients and fiber our body needs every day.

Your diet should not focus on supplements alone. You see, supplements were only designed to add to your diet and lifestyle. They weren't created to make up for bad diet choices. You have to give your body the right foods that it needs to heal your leaky gut.

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Having Regular Bowel Movements Can help eliminate Constipation

Did you know that one of the main symptoms of leaky gut syndrome is constipation? A lot of people don't think constipation is a big deal, but what they don't realize is by allowing wastes and toxins to remain in your body, you expose yourself to dangerous toxicity. It is essential that you have regular bowel movement to clear constipation because it is a very important step of healing your leaky gut

To purge your body of wastes, it is important that you have bowel movements every 12 to 14 hours after your last meal. I say this because if you leave those wastes sitting inside you, they eventually get reabsorbed into your body. There is a reason your body wants to get rid of these wastes. Waste and toxins create a breeding nest for parasites and harmful yeast and fungi.

Rather Than Take Harmful Laxatives, Drink Water Instead To Help Fight Constipation

A lot of people take laxatives because it is an easy way to eliminate constipation, but what they don't know is that taking laxatives contributes more to the problem. Some might argue that laxatives help by acting as stimulants and stool softeners, but the truth is that they are weakening your bowels and rectal muscles. The harsh chemicals and toxins found in laxatives also create inflammation which further irritates and ravages your bowels and intestinal linings.

Drinking water is the best way to clear constipation. Since constipation is caused by dehydration it is important that you stay hydrated. Drinking at least half your body's weight in ounces of water is a great way to replenish your system. If you drink a lot of caffeine every day, then you should drink a lot more water because caffeine prolongs dehydration.

With these three ways to start healing your leaky gut, you are well on your way to having a healthy and happier life without leaky gut syndrome.


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    • queeny09 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Texas

      You're welcome! I'm glad you found the info useful.

    • GracieLake profile image


      7 years ago from Arizona

      Thanks for writing about an important subject. Leaky Gut Syndrome is responsible for all kinds of skin maladies and joint issues. When I started raw juicing it made a huge difference for me.


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