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Whether you are officially participating in our 60 Day Challenge, you are planning to do your own personal challenge, or you just like to learn (like me), Jen Klever and Renee McLaughlin have hosted some really great talks with their Facebook group, if you are on Facebook you can join the group here. Earlier in February, they had Gina Scott from Health Best Today on (her company makes our new product Cellular PSP) to talk about alpha glucans, polysaccharide peptides, and our new products in depth and to share with you how it can really help with Leaky Gut Syndrome.
Leaky gut syndrome, which is also known as intestinal permeability compromise, is a common and real clinical condition and not just a creation of folklore medicine. After passing through or crossing in between the epithelial cells, the digested food particles enter the bloodstream via the gut associated lymphoid tissue (GALT).
Once the tight junctions between the cells become dysfunctional the gut associated lymphoid tissue reacts against the large undigested proteins from food passing through them. A vicious cycle is therefore created in which the damaged intestinal barrier and its resultant increased intestinal permeability causes an inflammatory reaction by the immune system which further damages the intestinal barrier leading to the entry of more proteins which continue to trigger intestinal inflammation and more damage to the barrier.
Malabsorption of nutrients is another effect of damage to the epithelial lining of the gastrointestinal tract in leaky gut syndrome. A leaky gut therefore does the opposite of a normal one since it the absorption by the body of vital nutrients is reduced and the entry of dangerous substances that are usually kept out by healthy intestines is increased. Gastrointestinal symptoms like bloating and abnormal bowel movements are the most frequently encountered leaky gut syndrome symptoms.
The development of systemic inflammation after eating certain foods is another symptom of leaky gut syndrome. Patients with leaky gut syndrome can also develop symptoms related to the nutrient malabsorption that develops as a result of damage to the cells lining the intestines.


Chronic yeast and bacterial overgrowth syndromes are common in persons with leaky gut syndrome since these microorganisms can penetrate the intestinal lining by virtue of their greater mass. Cyrex’s Intestinal Antigenic Permeability Screen™ assesses gut barrier damage by measuring antibodies to barrier proteins something Lactulose and Mannitol does not do.
Low-fiber and high-sugar foods that are typical of fast foods, have also been linked to leaky gut syndrome. Alcohol is thought to cause a leaky gut by virtue of causing inflammation which weakens the tight junctions. Overuse of medications like ibuprofen, aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) which are used to relieve pain has been linked to the development of leaky gut syndrome. Intestinal dysbiosis, which is the imbalance of beneficial and harmful bacteria in the gut, is another condition linked to a leaky gut. Stress is said to increase a person’s risk for developing a leaky gut since it causes increased levels of cortisol, CRH and catecholamines in the body.
Neurologic factors thought to increase a person’s risk of developing leaky gut syndrome include brain trauma, stroke and neurodegeneration. Literature links leaky gut syndrome to conditions that affect numerous organs in the body like the heart, pancreas, liver and brain, bone.
The literature also links leaky gut syndrome with the development of autoimmune liver diseases. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is another condition whose cause has been linked to a leaky gut.


Research reveals that leaky gut syndrome can contribute to the development of multiple diseases in children.
This state of the intestines is referred to as intestinal permeability compromise or leaky gut syndrome.
Lactulose absorption in the past was thought to suggest a tear in the gut barrier and therefore intestinal permeability. Sugar is said to sustain the multiplication of bad bacteria and yeasts in the gut which damage the tight junctions. Hormones, corticosteroids and antibiotics are also said to predispose an individual to developing a leaky gut. This condition can also be described as increased gut permeability or leaky gut and indicates intestinal mucosal dysfunction (IMD).
However more recent research done through cyrex labs indicated that the passage of Lactulose and Mannitol more accurately indicates a minute leak rather than a tear.



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