Leaky gut syndrome

Leaky gut syndrome” isn’t a diagnosis taught in medical school. A possible cause of leaky gut is increased intestinal permeability or intestinal hyperpermeability.
That could happen when tight junctions in the gut, which control what passes through the lining of the small intestine, don’t work properly. That could let substances leak into the bloodstream.

It presents with a wide and varied symptom picture


  • Fatigue
  • Bloating
  • Foggy thinking
  • memory decline
  • hormone imbalances
  • Hair thinning or loss
  • excessive wind
  • Food intolerances
  • joint pains
  • Rashes
  • Insomnia
  • diarrhoea
  • low immunity

    The inflammatory response may damage distant organs and contribute to significant illnesses such as thyroid problems, adrenal insufficiency or fatigue, arthritis and other autoimmune conditions. Asthma and seasonal allergies, hormonal imbalances, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and migraines


    • Prolonged stress
    • Poor dietary habits
    • Coeliac disease
    • Gut dysbiosis
    • Parasitic infection
    • Food intolerances
    • Alcohol
    • Candidiasis

      1. Remove.The goal is to get rid of factors that negatively affect the environment of the GI tract, such as inflammatory and toxic foods, and intestinal infections.

      2. Replace.Replace the good. Add back the essential ingredients for proper digestion and absorption, such as , digestive enzymes hydrochloric acid and bile acids. Essentials ayurvedic herbs and spices that aid digestion

      3. Reinoculate.It’s critical to restore beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria, which also restores immunity

      4. Repair. Provide essential nutrients to assist the repair of gut lining, so that intestinal permeability is reduced and inflammation can be reduced.

      Finally stress management , if this is a causative factor through psychological strategies, breath work and meditation