The symptoms of Leaky Gut Disease can begin as relatively minor complaints, the condition can be progressive and lead to worsening symptoms that are uncomfortable, embarrassing, and restrictive.
Leaky gut is a name used to describe intestinal or bowel hyperpermeability. Tight junctions (TJs) represent the major barrier within the pathway between intestinal epithelial cells that line the digestion tract. Disruption of TJs leads to intestinal hyperpermeability (the so-called “leaky gut”) which has been proposed by some researchers to involve a relationship with acute and chronic diseases such as systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS), inflammatory bowel disease, type-1 diabetes, allergies, asthma, and autism. Read Full Post