Throughout our lives, we help shape our microbiomes which adapt to the changes in our environment. The foods we eat, how much we sleep, the number of bacteria we’re exposed to on a daily basis and the level of stress we have will determine the state of our microbiome. So, if you are struggling with brain ailments, thyroid conditions, hormone imbalances, digestive issues, or anything on the autoimmune spectrum, we want you to remember one thing: it’s not necessary. You will have an understanding of how your gut plays a role in preventing and reversing these ailments. Knowledge is power, but only if it is applied. Upon completion of this three phase approach, you will live the life you were designed to live by giving your gut the opportunity to heal.
LET’S DIVE IN! WHAT DO ALL THESE CONDITIONS HAVE IN COMMON? THEIR CAUSE.
Clinical conditions such as:
Hormone imbalance including PMS
Migraines Skin Rashes
Gastrointestinal issues incuding:
Abdominal bloating and cramps or painful gas
Crohn’s Disease and other intestinal disorders
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Respiratory Issues including:
Autoimmune Issues including:
Developmental and social concerns including:
So what is the cause?…Leaky Gut Syndrome (aka Increased Intestinal Permeability)
Leaky Gut Syndrome (LGS) is a condition that involves damage to the lining of the small intestine, causing incomplete digested nutrients, toxins, bacteria, and waste to “leak” through the intestines and flood the bloodstream. The foreign substances entering the blood can cause an autoimmune response in the body, including inflammatory and allergic reactions, such as respiratory and digestive issues, headaches, joint pain, skin conditions, and more. Because damaged cells in the intestines may fail to produce the enzymes needed for proper digestion, absorption of essential nutrients is compromised. This creates further imbalances throughout the body which can contribute to various issues including hormone imbalance and a weakened immune system. When substances leak out of the intestines, the liver is forced to overwork to filter them out of the blood stream. The extra burden on the liver can result in the accumulation of fatty liver tissue. Some toxins may be sent back into the bloodstream when the liver’s ability to detoxify fails, and these toxins then reach muscles and connective tissues. Things like stress, too much sugar, a diet low in dietary fiber, excessive drinking, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDS) use, and food sensitivities all contribute to leaky gut. Even though leaky gut isn’t typically diagnosed in western medicine, that doesn’t mean it’s not affecting your health. Many health issues related to LGS go undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, or are ignored by traditional medicine. Individuals may be left with frustrating and uncomfortable symptoms and no answers.
Our 3-phase approach has been proven to treat leaky gut and all the symptoms and diseases it causes: