How to Manage Food Allergies Associated with Leaky Gut Syndrome?
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Leaky Gut Syndrome
What Other Foods Are Causing Your Symptoms?
Most people who suffer from Leaky Gut Syndrome are already figuring out that
many of the common food allergies such as wheat, dairy, and soy play a big role in
the severity of their chronic symptoms.
And while removing these foods alone can oftentimes provide some significant relief
there are typically many more food allergies that need to be addressed as well.
This is because as leaky gut develops, your intestinal lining loses its structure and
holes or gaps develop that allow small particles of undigested food (as well as
bacteria, pathogens, toxins, etc) to pass from your digestive tract and directly into
And while in the bloodstream, your immune system does its part to fight off these
invading food particles while building up antibodies for future encounters.
It’s these antibodies that your immune system stock piles that can make you allergic
to a food that you eat. And in the case of leaky gut, since any food particle can pass
through your intestinal walls, you can become allergic to any food that you eat.
The point I’m trying to make here is that you can and oftentimes do become allergic
to the very foods that you eat most often. In fact, I find the biggest problems are
oftentimes with my clients who like to eat the same foods every single day.
Your immune system has no bias so it doesn’t matter if the food is healthy or not. So
you can become allergic to chicken just as easily as carrots.
And this can create a big problem because how are you supposed to heal your gut
when you could be reacting to so many foods that you eat. And no, the solution is
not to starve yourself.
The solution is to determine your food allergies so you can eliminate those foods
from your diet.
There are a few ways to do it and I’ve done them all myself.