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Leaky Gut & Misdiagnosed Conditions

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Leaky gut is more properly called "intestinal permeability." It means there are gaps in or damage to the cell structure that make up the lining of the gut. The consequence is that partially digested foods components are able to "sneak" through the gaps and get into your circulatory system.

If, for example, chicken protein was placed under your skin - you would most likely suffer an allergic reaction near the point of injection or somewhere else in your body. However, when you eat chicken, you body digests the proteins to the basic building blocks of life - amino acids. Your body recognizes amino acids as natural to YOUR body and does not attack them and try to remove or destroy them. 

Thus, in leaky gut / intestinal permeability, things like toxins and undigested food particles can escape from the intestines and travel throughout the body through the blood stream. Environmental toxins, processed foods, and even certain medications that we take in through our mouths may effect our permeability of our GI system.

The consequences of leaky gut may be diseases and aliments that often go unexplained buy impact your wellbeing. Examples are: skin problems, mood issues, fatigue, arthritis and even diseases as severe as lupus and multiple sclerosis. 

Overcoming gut health issues including leaky gut is often the first step to revitalizing your health.  Learn from the experts...

  • Topic: Signs & Symptoms of Leaky Gut

  • Source: Eric Zielinski


  • Level: Beginner, 2 minutes

  • Topic: Diseases Caused by Leaky Gut & Testimonial

  • Source: CBN News


  • Level: Intermediate, 5 minutes

  • Top 10 Foods to Health Leaky Gut

  • Source: Dr. David Jockers


  • Level: Intermediate, 15 minutes

  • Leaky Gut, Autoimmune Disease & How to Reverse It.

  • Source: Dr. Darren Schmidt


  • Level: Intermediate, 6:30 minutes

  • 5 Causes of Leaky Gut, Symptoms & Solutions

  • Source: Dr. Richard Hagmeyer


  • Level: Advanced, 11 minutes

  • Leaky Gut Repair & Autoimmunity

  • Source: Dr. Peter Osborne


  • Level: Expert, 73 minutes

Over-the-Counter Antacids

Prescription Antacids  

  • omeprazole (Prilosec, Prilosec OTC)

  • aspirin and omeprazole (Yosprala)

  • lansoprazole (Prevacid, Prevacid IV, Prevacid 24-Hour)

  • dexlansoprazole (Dexilent, Dexilent Solutab)

  • rabeprazole (Aciphex, Aciphex Sprinkle)

  • pantoprazole (Protonix)

  • esomeprazole (Nexium, Nexium IV, Nexium 24 HR)

  • esomeprazole magnesium/naproxen (Vimovo)

  • omeprazole/sodium bicarbonate (Zegerid, Zegerid OTC)

  • Alka-Seltzer

  • Milk of Magnesia

  • Alternagel, Amphojel

  • Gaviscon, Gelusil, Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids

  • Pepto-Bismol

  • Tums

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