Leaky Brain Syndrome

Today we are discussing a newly acknowledged term, Leaky Brain Syndrome.  In previous broadcasts we have discussed Leaky Gut Syndrome at length and the potential negative health effects of this condition, ranging from autoimmune disease, diabetes, and obesity.  Recently, researchers have provided us with information on how the blood brain barrier (BBB) can also break down, with the result being excessive inflammation in the brain.  This issue is now being tied to worsening of conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and abnormal thyroid hormone levels in the brain.

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