Leaky Gut Recipes

Best Foods To Eat On Leaky Gut Diet

Greetings. It's New Zealand naturopath EricBakker, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.Thanks for checking out the tutorial today. I've got a request from a person on YouTube calledPro Chess Player. I'm not quite sure if this is a man or a lady. The person is called ProChess Player and Pro Chess Player has posed a question to me, quot;Eric, can you talk aboutfoods to eat with leaky gut syndromeé What are the best foods to eat with leaky gutéAnd also how does a leaky gut diet differ from a Candida dietéquot;Let's talk about that now. Most people with Candida have got leaky gut syndrome. I'm notgoing to go into a great deal on this tutorial

about what leaky gut is because you can seethat on some of my other tutorials, but leaky gut is basically a term we use for intestinalpermeability. It's when the small intestine becomes more permeable, particularly to differentkinds of proteins in our diet and they can affect the immune system on the other sidein particularly systemically. So these things don't necessarily follow the normal pathwayof digestion and absorption. They bypass that and they can seriously affect the immune function.Lots of people in the western world have got leaky gut. Before we go into foods to eatfor leaky gut, first let's say what you shouldn't really eat or drink with leaky gut. The topof the tree, in my opinion, is alcohol. Alcohol

really affects leaky gut. There is no wayaround this. Cutting out all forms of alcohol for several months is a clever move if youwant to heal the lining of the gut. All kind of pharmaceutical medications, especiallyantibiotics, but also antiinflammatories or any anti kind of drug is going to createa situation particularly long term where you get serious intestinal permeability. Pharmaceuticalmedications, alcohol, also takeaway food, processed food, junk food; stress also helpsto bring leaky gut to the foreground. All kind of chemicals in our diet, fluoride inwater, chlorine, heavy metals that come through different ways into our diet, these are allways we can get leaky gut and exacerbate it

if we have got it.Good foods to eat with leaky gut are foods that really allow the healing of the liningof the gut. So you've got this membrane inside the small valve called the brush border. It'sbasically a mucous rich membrane that allows beneficial bacteria to grow in there and effectivelyseals off the junctions between the cells to stop the gut from becoming permeable. Soit's all about building the lining of the gut. That's what we want to do. Think aboutfoods that are going to really achieve this. I've got a couple lists here of foods I'vewritten down. Besides, of course, the obvious fermented and cultured foods like kefir, yogurt,sauerkraut, kimchi, and there are various

other ones you can consume that are goingto really do this. They're going to really benefit leaky gut. A big caution here. Ifyou're not used to eating these kind of foods, please go slowly into these cultured and fermentedfoods. Also, the foods I'm going to read out now go easy on them.Fructooligosaccharides and galactooligosaccharide foods. Prebiotic rich foods really encouragethe gut to heal. Jerusalem artichokes, yacon tubers, burdock roots, chicory roots, dandelionroots, garlic, onions, leeks, asparagus, globe artichokes. That's the FOS foods. Now theGOS foods. Legumes, brassicas, fresh beans, beetroots, rice sourdough, if you can tolerateit, sunflower seeds, pumpkins seeds, and linseed

sunflower arine mix, which is my favorite.Here are some good vegetables for you to eat with leaky gut. Purple carrots, dark carrotsare quite good because they're high in polyphenols. Polyphenols are nutritional substances thatreally help to heal various parts of the body, especially the gut. Red cabbage, spinach,red onions, broccoli, red lettuce, black rice or red rice, whole grain sourdough rye bread,of course, and black olives. Notice how I mention black or darké Notice also how I mentioncarrotsé Carrots aren't necessarily bad for people with Candida. Unless they've got aserious yeast infection, they should not have to avoid carrots. Corn is different, however.Corn and pumpkin and squash. You need to be

Top 7 Foods for Healing Leaky Gut

Hey guys, Axe here, of naturalmedicine. In this tutorial I'm going to share with you the top seven foods for healing leakygut along with the healing leaky gut diet. Leaky gut syndrome is where you get somethingcalled intestinal permeability. That's where certain proteins like gluten start to leakthrough your intestinal wall, get in your blood stream, and then cause systemic bodywide inflammation. It can cause inflammation of your thyroid causing Hashimoto's disease.It can cause inflammation of your large intestine and cause inflammatory bowel disease. It canalso cause inflammation causing food sensitivities and different reactions in your body. By consumingthese seven foods it can help you heal leaky

gut syndrome for good. Let's start off here with the number one food,and that's bone broth. Bone broth has traditionally been made by boiling or cooking the ligamentsof chickens as well as the bones and also bones from beef. What happens is certain aminoacids and minerals come out into the liquid. The most powerful amino acids are prolineand glycine. We know proline is a precursor to collagen. We know when your body stopsproducing collagen over time it's what causes you to get wrinkles and your skin to get loose.It's a similar thing with your digestive tract. We want that tight. We want those tight junctionstight in your gut. We don't want things like

gluten getting through. Proline and glycine,the amino acids in bone broth, help tighten it up and can help repair the damaged gutlining. Drinking bone broth every day is incrediblyhealthy for healing leaky gut syndrome. Also, bone broth contains Lglutamine, another aminoacid that really works as a BandAid for your small intestine and colon and really helpingprotect those areas. Again, bone broth, number one healing food for leaky gut. I recommendeight ounces two times a day. The best thing to do is get a big CrockPot and make realbone broth soup and drink that several times a day.

The second healing food for leaky gut syndromeis kefir or homemade yogurt. We know fermented dairy is the most probiotic rich super foodin the world today. If you can be getting goat's milk kefir or homemade yogurt. Homemadeyogurt should be fermented 24 to 29 hours. We know it contains specific types of probioticssuch as lactobacillus which have been shown to crowd out bad bacteria such as differenttypes of yeast and fungus and really help increase the probiotics in the gut. Listen, most people today have a severe probioticdeficiency. If you're going to heal leaky gut, you have got to restore any probioticdeficiencies. Again, kefir, goat's milk kefir

and yogurt are the best. You can find thoseat your local health food store. The third healing food for leaky gut syndromeare fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut, kimchi, kvass, and coconut kefir as well.Different types of fermented vegetables, especially sauerkraut, are greatly beneficial becauseit contains bacillus subtilis. Bacillus subtilis is a soil based probiotic. It also containslactobacillus plantarum probably in the largest levels. These probiotics in a similar fashioncrowd out bad bacteria. Also, they're at a certain Ph. You know thatreally sour, tart taste when you're tasting sauerkrauté Those are organic acids. Thoseacids really help feed and fuel probiotics

in the gut. It's not just about getting moreprobiotics. It's about creating an environment where probiotics can flourish. Again, gettingsauerkraut and kimchi and fermented vegetables in your diet is a great way to establish thatgood bacteria in the gut. The number four super food for healing leakygut is coconut products, especially coconut oil. Coconut oil has antimicrobial properties.It contains the fatty acids lauric acid, capric acid, and caprylic acid. These are known asmedium chain fats or medium chain triglycerides. They kill off bad bacteria in the gut. Theyare very easy to digest. For that reason, all other oils in your diet should reallybe replaced with coconut oil when it comes

Heal the Gut with Sauerkraut EasyToFollow Recipe from Summer Bock

gt;gt; Pedram Shojai: Hey, everybody. PedramShojai, founder of well and the editor of Be More! Magazine here with a fermentationist.Summer Bock, a dear friend, and going to show us some wonderful things to do with food.Add some life to it and make it superfood. gt;gt; Summer Bock: We're going to just make somesauerkraut today. Really simple. The exciting thing about this is that all you need hereis cabbage, onion, dill, caraway, and salt. First of all you're going to core the cabbage.I always just take out the center there. We're just going to try to shred this and keep ita fairly even texture. We're going to chop up some onion. The reason I use onion is becauseit has prebiotics in it; it has inulin. It's

going to help this to ferment faster but italso, a lot of times it guarantees that this is going to work. Now I'm just going to chopup some dill. Dill just makes it taste delicious so it's going to add a lot of flavor to yoursauerkraut. We have the vegetables chopped up and in here and we're going to add somespices. You can use any spices; we're going to use caraway because it is a really traditionalsauerkraut spice. Then we're going to add salt. Salt is important. You want to makesure that you are using a noniodized sea salt. Iodine is a disinfectant; we don't wantto use that in here. I have Celtic sea salt here but you can use the Himalayan pink seasalt, you can use any of these. For this we're

probably just going to add about a tablespoonor so. Generally the rule is three to four tablespoons per gallon of sauerkraut. That'sa gallon with it all packed in there. We're doing about a quart today so we're going tofill it up into here; this is about a quart so we want to use I'd say one tablespoon,one and a half tablespoons. You want it to taste as salty as a Lay's potato chip. Youjust want to mix it and you're really just trying to get the salt to touch all of theveggies here. That's going to take the water out of the vegetables and into this solution.I'll show you how this creates the brine. I don't add water when I make sauerkraut soit's going to be a little more potent than

your normal sauerkraut that's been watereddown essentially. It's going to be sour and delicious. gt;gt; Pedram Shojai: That's all the water youneed because you're pulling it out of the cabbage. gt;gt; Summer Bock: Yeah. This is why you wantto use fresh, organic produce, because it's filled with all of this water and that's whatwe're trying to use to create the brine. Let's see here, I don't know if you can see it.It's glistening; the salt is already starting to get this . When you're trying to make good sauerkrautyou want to make it taste good here right

now. gt;gt; Pedram Shojai: Pounding it in there, you'regetting it kind of jammed in there as much as you can, rightégt;gt; Summer Bock: I want to get all of the air bubbles out.gt;gt; Pedram Shojai: I see. gt;gt; Summer Bock: I really want to push thisdown here. I want to smash all of the cabbage in here as tightly as possible so that theair bubbles are gone. We're starting to see some of the water gurgle through here. Yousee thaté gt;gt; Pedram Shojai: Yeah.

gt;gt; Summer Bock: That's going to form our brine.Essentially, let me just show you the stages now. What you're going to do is you're goingto fill this up. You want to leave at least an inch in the top, maybe an inch and a half,two inches. That's going to just really keep it from overflowing, because for the firstweek it's going to be incredibly active. What's really interesting is we didn't add a starterif you noticed. It's just the vegetables and the salt and the bacteria that are livingon this cabbage right now. The bacteria probably on my hands as I smash this down in thereare the bacteria that are going to inoculate and start growing now that we've created thisanaerobic environment. The way I do it, I

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