Gmo Corn Leaky Gut

Best Diet Approach To Cure Leaky Gut Syndrome

Thank for checking out my tutorial. We're goingto do a tutorial today on leaky gut. Basically, the best foods and diet to heal a leaky gut.As you're probably aware, I've done quite a few tutorials on this channel. I've been aroundfor a while now. This is my 27th year of practice. I've been seeing patients an awfully longtime, and I've seen every diet you can imagine. Just look behind me and look at all the bookshelves.I've gotten a few comments on how bent my bookshelves are. I made those when I was astudent, quite a long time ago now. I've got thousands of books. In fact, I've got twobookshelves here, another bookshelf here, I've got three bookshelves out in the back,and I've got boxes out in the back with more

books that my wife won't allow me to havein my room because it looks too crappy, she says, for patients.Let's talk a little bit about books, for example, and diets. There are thousands of diet booksout there. I've seen so many of them. I've been collecting books on health really sincemy 20s. I've read lots of books and I've looked at lots of blog sites on the best kind offoods to eat for leaky gut. I can remember reading about the Paleo diet when people weren'teven around that started thinking the Paleo diet was like the quot;inquot; thing. There is a guycalled Chris Kresser online in America who's very big with this Paleo diet. I read thisbook here, Paleolithic Prescription in 1988,

before it even became a fad. It's all a fadnow. And this book here is pretty cool, Native Nutrition. Again another book from the 80sand 90s. I read all those books when I was in my 20s and started to realize people needto eat common sense, basic foods. It's not rocket science.You probably know this book, The Gaps Diet. Another good book from Liz Lipski, DigestiveWellness. A good Irish friend of mine, John McKenna, books on the stomach. NourishingTraditions from Sally Fallon. The list goes on and on. Everyone has got their own takeon what are the best foods to eat. And everyone who comes out with a book like The Body EcologyDiet, The Specific Carbohydrate Diet, the

blah, blah diet, the blah, blah, blah, blah,blah, blah diet. There are millions of diet books out there.What you've got to try to get through your mind is no diet is going to be specific foryou. So when you've got The Specific Carbohydrate Diet, why don't we call it The Specific JaneDiet, The Specific Joe Diet, or The Specific Mary Dieté In my writing and teaching, I'vealways maintained that there is no such bloody thing as one diet that suits hundreds of people.That's why I would never write a diet book as such myself.If you looked at my Candida Crusher book and also in my psoriasis program that I recentlylaunched, you'll find that I really emphasize

a point that I want you to try to find thefoods that best suit you as a human being, not me or Donna Gates or not Sally Fallonor not Natasha CampbellMcBride, not Chris Kresser, not all these other people. They'renot bloody gurus. They're just people who write about diets, and they give you options.They give you recipes, but you need to experiment with these things. Every person who buys thesebooks or who sees me who's been on a program, they always end up modifying those programsto suit themselves. Many people tell me that when they've gone, for example, on the BodyEcology Diet; they find they can eat certain foods that Donna Gates says that they shouldavoid. And it's the same thing when people

go on any other diet like the Gut and PsychologyDiet. I've had a patient recently who's been onthe SCD Diet, The Specific Carbohydrate Diet, for about four years hard out and not feelingbetter. So I got this guy and his wife and two children, they're all on the diet, tomake modifications. I said, quot;Look, it's time to introduce bread.quot; quot;Oh, no. I can't eatbread. On the SCD diet, it says it's toxic. It's poison.quot; But when I got his wife to eatsome bread, just flat bread, chipati kind of bread, she felt good. In fact, she gaineda bit of weight. She improved. And then after a couple of weeks of observing his wife doingthis, this gentlemen did the same, and he

What Foods Cause Leaky Gut

Hello I'm Janine Krause in today we aregoing to talk about what foods cause leaky guté First thing I want to show you thoughis, what the heck is going on in the digestive system lining in here we are from my whiteboardso I can explain it a little bit better. What I've drawn for you here is the digestive systemlining. We have all of our cells nice and tight together that's normal. There's allthese little humps in the lining these are called villi. Now what you\'92ll notice isthat we have an artery coming and that's red to here. Then you've got a vein going outthat's blue to there. What's supposed to be happening on any given day is when you goand you eat we're supposed to have lots of

blood flow to the digestive system so thatwe can rest and digest and that oxygen can come to our tissues nourish them and thenwe can take molecules away from the digestive system and put them to other places, in particularyou can see to the liver so we can process those molecules, but in the case of leakygut we have a lot of other things happening. So, for example, one of the most common foodsthat causes irritation to the digestive system lining is a genetically modified organism.A GMO type of food. Potatoes, tomatoes huge in that department so is corn, soy and wheat,and so that's why wheat really has the bad rap that it does. It's not because wheat initself is this devil grain. It's really that

it is genetically modified so much so thatour digestive system linings don't know what to do with it. So let me show you what happenswhen you eat things like that. Let's say that this is a little molecule of gluten. It lookskinda like a little monster. Let's give them a little face, there, there we go. All right,so this is your molecule of gluten and let's say you know, you have pizza, righté All right,so let's put another little molecule here this fluffy one. We\'92ll make that one ourtomato. This is our tomato and this is gluten a.k.a. the sticky part of the wheat. Theseguys come down and we ate them and they come down and sit on the digestive system lining.When they said there our receptors on the

cells don't know what to do with them. Thelonger they sit there the more damage starts to happen on our digestive system lining becauseour body doesn't know what to do with them. So it comes down and now we have it just sittinghere and one sits there and sits there it the erodes the lining. How does that happen.It doesn't happen magically. It\'92s an immune system response. Some of our good white bloodcells come in and start to attack those cells. It\'92s a immune system attack happening righton the digestive system lining so as that happens here and we have our good guys, soI like to draw them much like PacMan. this is our immune system. Those guys are comingin and they're going to try to gobble up these

molecules but in all that process we end upwith holes in between our cells. Those holes in between the cells allow for molecules tocome across much like we've got, let me change my color, much like we've got this fluffytomato molecule it's across, its past the cell gets in the bloodstream. Those moleculesshouldn't be in the bloodstream. In that case, they should be broken down further into nutrientsthat we can actually use in vitamins and minerals and antioxidants, but in this case we geta larger molecule across the cells into the bloodstream. Once that gets into the bloodstreamnow our pack commands are immune system have to figure out what to do. That didn't workout so well there we go these guys have to

figure out what to do with those tomato molecules.So here's that tomato molecule, and so eventually they can end up gobbling them, they gobblethem, and gobble them and create an immune system reaction antibodies to that moleculeso then we end up with a memory in our immune system of the tomato molecules so next timeleave them you get a stomachache you don't feel so good this is the common reaction withthe leaky got but also with multiple food sensitivities because that is technicallywhere a lot of those molecules feed food sensitivities come from. So your number one foods that causeleaky gut are genetically modified organisms. Those are your potatoes, tomatoes, corn, soyand wheat, and I've just demonstrated a little

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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