The healthy intestinal tract takes up only food substances that have been divided into tiny absorbable particles that become simple sugars. The intestinal tract is also the first line of defense. Not only does it prevent harmful bacteria and toxic ingredients from coming into the blood vessels, it also generates an antibody that neutralizes intruders and stops them from invading the digestive system.

Increase damaged in the intestinal tract may lead to the reduced absorption of beneficial nutrients needed by the body. Leaky gut syndrome is often the cause of lacking important nutritional value in the body.

When the intestinal tract becomes more permeable than it is expected to be, it allows harmful substances to get into the system. These harmful substances may activate allergic/immune reactions in the digestive system and different parts of the body.

When this happens, our body acts with alarm. The defense mechanism makes antibodies and attacks these “foreign” invaders in the system. Many different hypersensitive and auto-immune side effects may follow. Serious exhaustion is common, as it is a manifestation of a body regularly experiencing a constant risk.

Symptoms of a leaky gut include:

• Abdominal pain (chronic to acute)

• Stomach ache(mild to severe)

• Extreme gas/bloating

• Depression

• Chronic Fatigue

• Asthma

• Chronic Sinusitis

• Food Allergies

• Eczema

• Migraines

• Headaches

• Candida

• Inflammatory Bowel Disease

• Irritable Bowel Syndrome

• Joint Pains

• Arthritis

• Fibromyalgia

• Autoimmune Disease

• Gluten intolerance

• Persistent kidney attacks

• Bedwetting

• Genital infections

• Serious acne

• Healing the Intestinal Tract.

Damage in the intestinal tract is restorative if given a complete chance of prevention from everything that irritates it. And food has a great factor in correcting these damages. A right dietary plan is needed to restore the healthy intestinal tract.

A leaky gut cannot process large sugar substances, so these are to be prevented. Starchy foods and disaccharide carbohydrates are also to be prevented because a broken intestinal tract is incapable to generate enzyme Lactase needed to break them down. These preventions can help eliminate or reduce the entrance of pathogenic viruses, yeast and other viruses that keep damaging the intestinal tract. It is also necessary to avoid any foods to which a person is allergic.

Start to cure the leaky gut, it is necessary to eliminate or avoid all of the following foods:

• Dairy food (butter, buttermilk, mozzarella dairy product, cottage type mozzarella dairy product, ice cream, ice use products, kefir, use products, quark, yogurt).

• Grains (amaranth, barley, buckwheat, bulgur, maize, millet, oatmeal, grain, rye, semolina, spelt, triticale, wheat, rice).

• Peas

• Dried beans

• Chickpeas

• Soy marinade /tofu

• Starchy vegetables (beets, carrots, parsnips, apples, pumpkin, squash, turnip, white flour)

• High glycemic fruit (banana, dried fruit, fruit juices).

• Brown sugar

• Cane juice

• Maize syrup

• Maple sugar, molasses

• Table sugar

• Stop drinking alcohol

• Cheese

• Apple cider vinegar

Source by Francis S Pangilinan