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A Diet for Leaky Gut Syndrome That Really Works!

Leaky Gut Syndrome as you may know occurs when certain foods overpower your own autoimmune system. When that happens, your own body's defense responds to and "attacks" certain types of foods. Because of this, the intestinal lining becomes more assigned because of the constant exposure to the same food. This can cause inflammation of the lining or even the pores to develop and thus leaving the intestine unable to do its job properly. Don't waste your time on the many diets on the market today because they don't work! you will be focused on eliminating certain foods from your diet for at least a month or more. This leaky gut diet will also allow your body the opportunity it needs to heal and repair itself.

Start by eliminating certain fruits and vegetables from your diet. Now I know you probably think fruits and vegetables are your friends, they're healthy and so on. And for the most part that is true. But do yourself a favor and try this for a month. This diet is designed to find and eliminate food sources that are the cause of problems. Start with bananas, strawberries, kiwi, citrus fruits, corn, pineapple and papaya, plus night vegetables like eggplants, peppers, potatoes and tomatoes. Now you may be thinking, "I'm going to starve," but keep in mind that exceptions can take a month to determine what exactly is causing your problem. Next eliminate soy and dairy products from your diet, including eggs. Grains and foods with yeast such as bread, flour, wheat, spelled, kamut, rye, barley, oats, and cereals should also be eliminated from your diet. In addition, you should eliminate beans, caffeine, chocolate, honey, vanilla extract, vinegar, mushrooms, and peanuts.

Now before you say, "Now that I have nothing else to eat, I might as well die," Watch this opportunity to discover "new foods" and "new flavors" to talk about. Check out all the great food you can enjoy now! Stick to specific fruits and vegetables such as apples, apricots, lettuce, avocado, onions, peaches, pears, beets, brussel sprouts, carrots, plums, cherries, nectar, coconut milk, spinach, figs and grapes, strawberries). Just as there are some foods to avoid or there are certain foods to eat. For the first month, you can also include parsnips, bok choy, pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, cilantro, brown and wild rice, dandelion vegetables, sprouts, sunflower seeds, and kale.

After a month you will see for yourself that the symptoms associated with Leaky Gut Syndrome are reduced, if not completely eliminated! You have now given your body the opportunity to heal itself and that great feeling. If you have any doubts, give me some time to rethink the symptoms of Leaky Gut Syndrome that you have previously experienced (cramps, bloating and gastrointestinal discomfort). Now you can start slowly adding foods back to your diet. Start with meat, fish, chicken, and turkey. Not too much at a time because the meat takes longer to digest and you may feel a little bloated because of all the digestion going on in your stomach.

Remember to try every meal for the first three days. Then slowly introduce other foods and so on so you can add more complex foods such as: caffeine, kiwi, peanut, refined sugar, peas, strawberries, and sesame seeds. The import thing here is not to add everything at once. This is a gradual process where you have to add food at a time for three days. Pay close attention to your body's reaction to every diet you add to your diet. If you should have any more symptoms, then avoid foods that you just added to your diet immediately.

By following this intestinal diet, you not only give your body the opportunity it needs to heal itself, but you also learn what foods and nutrients cause your initial reaction, better allowing you to avoid the same symptoms in the future. .


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