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What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Leaky Gut Syndrome

Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from NewZealand, author Candida Crusher. I've got a question here from a guy in the States.I'm not going to mention his name. He wanted to stay anonymous. He's asking me Eric, whatare the signs and symptoms of leaky gut syndromeé The signs and symptoms, there could be a tonof them. I've done a few tutorials on leaky gut, and I did one just before basically on howdo you know that you've got leaky guté What are some of the conditions that are obviouswith ité The most common signs and symptoms of leakygut syndrome are gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, IBS, irritable bowel syndrome.These are very common ones. There are tons

of them. You can get digestive discomfortwith leaky gut. And a common place to get it is anywhere around here where the smallintestine is. Anywhere around this region, it's centrally. The large intestine tendsto be more the perimeter and the small intestine tends to be more central. Anywhere central.This is why people with parasites tend to have more of a sensation around the umbilicalcord because that is really a central part of the small intestine. And parasites, inmy opinion, especially acute parasite infections, tend to favor the small intestine, particularlythe center of it, the ileum. But when you've got leaky gut, you could alsofeel sensations a little bit higher up. And

they can be here sometimes. You could almostthink you've got heartburn. Leaky gut doesn't usually radiate any pain toward the back likea gall bladder pain or pancreatic pain will. It tends to be more frontal. And it can besomething like bloating, gas, or having to undo your waistband after a meal. Generally,you're not going to get pains off to the side as I mentioned because that's generally morecolon or large intestine dysfunction. It will be a central kind of disturbance.For the lesser known complaints with leaky gut can be things like brain fog, itchy skin,sore joints, seasonal allergies, immune dysfunction, insomnia, there can be a whole raft of differentthings that signal leaky gut syndrome. Remember,

what we're doing with leaky gut is we're allowingundigested food particles to enter into the bloodstream or potentially Candida or celldebris or all sorts of rubbish that really should be digested properly and filtered throughthe microvilli. But they're bypassing the microvilli, getting in through the intracellularjunctions, and challenging immune system. When we challenge the immune system, therecould be a myriad of complaints that could be possible. Thyroid dysfunction, autoimmunedisease, diabetes, all sort of conditions can occur as a result long term. Leaky gutis something that you really want to fix up in the early stages rather than let it buildup over a 10, 20, or 30 year period when it

gets seriously bad.Imagine you've got a small amount of rot in a roof of a house. In fact, my house thatI'm living in now, this is the rebuilt section, but old house up the front here. I've gota 100year old cottage. We built this extension on. But when we put a whole new roof overthe lot, we found so much rot in the roof of the old house. It cost me a fortune toget all the new beams replaced. Had that been repaired a long, long time ago, maybe 30,40 or 50 years ago, it would have been quite cheap. But now, it was in the tens of thousandsof dollars to repair that damage. Because the damage just continued on and on. And ifthe damage would have continued on for many

more years, the whole roof would have hadto be replaced, all the timber at a huge cost. Now, your digestive system is like that. Ifyou don't fix something up now when you've got a bit of gas or a bit of bloating or afew headaches or aches or pains, you can imagine what will happen if you leave that undisturbedfor 20, 30 or 40 years. Those are the functional complaints that end up becoming autoimmunediseases and even cancer. Lots of people laugh and joke when they pass gas, they fart, butwhat they don't realize is that this condition if it gets serious and long term, it's goingto be a major problem. And then there is no more laughing. Then there is crying. A stitchin time saves nine.

Robyn OBrien TEDxAustin 2011

Well, first of all, before I get started, I want to take the opportunityto thank all of you for being here because you are a remarkablegroup of visionaries and leaders, and it is such an honorto spend this time with you today, so that you for taking the timeout of your weekend. As I like to share,I am such an unlikely crusader for cleaning up the food supply. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas

on Twinkies and po' boys. I wasn't a foodie. What I was, was the oldestof four children, and as you often hear about, I inherited absolutely every single oneof those Type A overachieving genes you read about in a firstborn child. And thankfully, I channeled thatinto business school. I received a full scholarship

and graduated as the top woman in my class before going on to serveas a food industry analyst. And when management teamswould come through our offices from Whole Foods and Wild Oats, we kind of thought they hada nice marketing niche carved out. It was eitherquot;Lifestyles of the Rich and Famousquot; or some hippie thing. It just wasn't something thatwe were particularly on board with.

And after doing that for a while,I traded the briefcase for a diaper bag, and with that same Type A energy, my husband and Ihad four kids in five years. (Laughter) And up until that point,I really had not given a lot of thought about what was in the food supply. I figured if it was on grocerystore shelves, it was safe. Don't tell me what to eat,

and please do not tell mewhat to feed my kids. I had four picky eaters,limited time, limited budget, and I didn't want to hear it. And then one morningover breakfast, life changed, and our youngest childhad an allergic reaction. And in all candor that morning, that breakfast was L'Eggo my Eggo waffles,tubes of blue yogurt, and scrambled eggs. And as her face started to swell shut,

I was so unfamiliar withwhat a food allergy actually looked like, that I turnedto my older three and I said, quot;What did you put in her faceéquot; And they all gave methose blank, little kid stares, and I got so scared. And I raced herto the pediatrician's office and she says, quot;Robyn,she's having this allergic reaction. What did you feed the kids for breakfastéquot;

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