Why Your Leaky Gut Syndrome And Gut Problems Are Not Fixed Yet

With popularization of different diets for gut health and gut repair strategies, including probiotics becoming mainstream, many people coming to our clinic tell us that they have “healed their gut problems” because they went on a specific diet or took supplements. However, most of the time when we test for leaky gut syndrome, they still come up as having it, much to their surprise. In today’s broadcast we will discuss why you’re gut healing strategies may not have been as effective as you thought in healing your leaky gut, IBS, or SIBO and possible mechanisms to make your attempts at healing your gastrointestinal tract more permanent.
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