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If you have had ongoing stomach and intestinal issues, you may have heard your doctor or someone online mention leaky gut. Maybe this sounds like something you don’t think you have, or you may have misconception of what leaky gut actually is.

Before you move on from this as a possible issue you have that could explain other symptoms, consider the basics of what leaky gut is and what it means for your body.

So, exactly what is leaky gut?

Pores are the Issue

The clear cut answer to what leaky gut is can be defined in the pores of your intestinal lining. Over time, with strain and other issues like diet, your intestinal tract can become more porous. This means that the tiny pores throughout the lining are now becoming more open allowing waste and toxins to leak. This is referred to medically as hyperpermeable Intestines or leaky gut.

Immune System Issues

One of the first things that may clue you into the fact that you have leaky gut issues is actually your immune system. You may find yourself getting sick more often, having bowel issues, or having ongoing issues with digestion.

The reason for this is due to how your intestines work. The lining actually provides a barrier to keep your immune system safe from toxins as they exit the body. If the toxins are leaking out of the now porous areas of the lining, then you are leaching that fluid into your system.

It is coming in contact with your immune system and causing you to be ill more often with reduced chances of getting better or moving on from the illness itself.

Foods are Not the Cause

You may be under the misconception it is the foods you are eating that are causing all the intestinal problems and leakage. The truth is that isn’t the case at all. The foods are simply leaking out.

If you are thinking about diet change then know that the diet changes you can make to improve the issues are simply to maintain what is leaking in your system from being more harmful and to give a more gentle food to your intestinal tract. Food can help, but it wasn’t too many fatty or acid-based foods that caused leaky gut.

Signs You Have Leaky Gut

There are several signs of leaky gut that can lead you to your doctor and to a proper treatment plan. You may also find that you can manage the signs and symptoms and work towards handling it on your own naturally, at least for a time. If you are wondering if your issues are actually signs, then here are a few to consider.

Inflamed Bowel Syndrome

One of the first signs that you have leaky gut is inflammation in the bowel. This inflammation can first be misdiagnosed as a symptom of Crohn’s Disease. You will notice that you are having some pain in your bowels, sensitivity to the area, and overall pain and discomfort.

If you are having this symptom it is a sign that something is wrong, regardless of it being leaky gut or not. If it is related to leaky gut you will have other symptoms alongside this and all of them are due to the leaking of the toxins into your system causing havoc on the rest of your body.

Increased Food Sensitivity

Everyone has some type of food sensitivity. They may not like hot foods, overly spicy foods, certain flavors, and certain textures. This becomes a sign of leaky gut when you start noticing it isn’t just your personal likes and dislikes and it is overall affecting your body as a whole. You may start noticing that pizza, for example, is irritating your stomach to a drastic level.

That means you may be having adverse bowel issues such as constipation lasting more than one day or you may feel like bile is building up from it more than normal. These are signs that something is not processing right with your intestines and could be related to leaky gut issues.

Malabsorption

If you take supplements or vitamins daily and you have noticed that you are not getting the same benefit or feeling from them, this could be a sign of leaky gut. What this means is that the vitamins and supplements you are taking are actually not being processed properly and are leaking out with the toxins.

Your body isn’t being given the chance to absorb them properly and therefore it may seem like you need to take more or change brands. When you do this often, you may start thinking they aren’t working anymore. This is usually referred to as malabsorption and is directly related to leaky gut.

These are the three key signs that you do in fact have leaky gut. If you find that these signs sound like your issues, then contact a physician to help with your treatment plan. You can also consider using natural ways to improve your gut health or supplements that may help with specific leaky gut issues.

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