9 Signs of Leaky Gut: Causes and How to Treat Intestinal Permeability #85
Leaky gut is probably a term you have come across, but leaky gut isn't recognized as a real condition by mainstream medical professionals. There is, however, scientific evidence that indicates leaky gut is real and does exist. Leaky gut, also known as increased intestinal permeability refers to the tight junctions of intestinal walls becoming larger, making the gut more permeable, therefore allowing bacteria, viruses and toxins to pass through the gut and into the bloodstream.
Now research has found a link between PCOS and suffering from gut issues like leaky gut. So healing the gut is something that must be addressed.
In this episode we are talking about the signs of leaky gut and how you can treat it through diet and lifestyle changes.
Here's some of the stuff we're going to cover in today's episode
- What leaky gut is
- The causes of leaky gut/increased intestinal permeability
- 9 signs of leaky gut
- Tips to treat and protect yourself from increased intestinal permeability
Hey there! I am Despina Pavlou, founder of PCOS Oracle, certified personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist. I want to share with you the diet and lifestyle changes I made to naturally reverse my PCOS and achieve hormonal balance. I believe using my holistic approach you too can take back control from PCOS.
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