Can leaky gut be cured?

Can leaky gut be cured? No, it cannot be cured but there are ways to help, to control it.

There are different steps that you can take to have a non leaky gut.

The first step is to change your diet. This would involve not eating or drinking coffee, fatty foods, refined carbohydrates and sugar. Also try to avoid having beans (especially soy), corn, dairy, eggs, gluten grains (oats, rye, wheat) and nuts. To have a good diet, if you have a leaky gut contains chicken, fish, fruit, meat, millet, potatoes, rice and vegetables.

The next step is to avoid alcohol. Especially, the unpasteurized beer because they still have some yeast in it. Usually, any micro brewery or local pubs that brew their own beer are unpasteurized.

The next step is to clean your system of any kinds of toxins. This can be done either by on over the counter medication or it can be done in a natural way. The natural ways include; stop taking any type alcohol, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, chemical additives and saturated fats for a few days out the month. You can also set aside 3 to 7 days to do a juice fast. A juice fast is where you only drink vegetable juice, fruit juice and water during this time period. But if you do become too hungry then only eat organic, raw fruits and vegetables. Before you clean out your system, check with your doctor with any of your ideas because sometimes it can be harmful to people because of some of the medication that they are taking or any kind of conditions that they might have.

Another step is if at all possible try to avoid any type of NSAIDs (Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.) You can find NSAIDs in different kinds of medications that is used to treat different type of conduction; Ankylosing spondylitis, Back pain, Foot pain, Gout, Headache, Juvenile arthritis (also known as juvenile rheumatoid arthritis), Knee pain, osteoarthritis, , Rheumatoid arthritis and Toothache. The specific types of medication that can be either prescribed or bought over the counter are; Aspirin (Ecotrin®, Bayer®, Anacin®), Celecoxib (Celebrex®) , Choline magnesium trisalicylate (Trilisate®), Diclofenac (Cambia™, Cataflam®, Flector®, Pennsaid®, Solaraze® Gel, Voltaren®, Voltaren® Gel, Voltaren®-XR, Voltaren Ophthalmic®, Zipsor™), Diflunisal (Dolobid®), Etodolac (Lodine®, Lodine® XL), Fenoprofen (Nalfon®), Flurbiprofen (Ansaid®), Ibuprofen (Motrin®, Advil®, Nuprin®), Indomethacin (Indocin®, Indocin SR®), Ketoprofen (Orudis®, Actron®, Oruvail®), Ketorolac (Sprix™, Toradol®), Meclofenamate (Meclomen®), Meloxicam (Mobic®), Nabumetone (Relafen®), Naproxen (Naprosyn®, Aleve®, Anaprox®, Naprelan®), Oxaprozin (Daypro®), Piroxicam (Feldene®), Salsalate (Salflex®, Disalcid®, Amigesic®), Sulindac (Clinoril®) and Tolmetin (Tolectin®).

Another way to try to avoid having it’s to exercise about a half an hour each day. You don’t have to go and run a mile or anything like that. Just a simple brisk walking will be good.

Another step is to put good bacteria back into your body. Some foods that contains good bacteria are; cheese, milk, sauerkraut, sausage, vinegar and yogurt.

The last step is to take food supplements that will help you to avoid having a Leaky Gut Syndrome. The supplements include; Aloe Vera juice, Aloe Vera powered leaf. Anti-oxidants (for example; vitamin A, C, E and beta carotene), Barley Grass Powder, Bovine colostrums, Co-enzyme Q10, Compressed Garlic, Digestive enzymes, Glutamine, Kolorex Intertinal Care capsules, Lactobacillus supplements, Lactoferrin, Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM), Mineral supplements (particularly selenium) and Shark liver oil.

Once again, Can leaky gut be cured? No, there are many different ways to avoid it and to help you with having it. Before, you do any steps, check with your doctor to get the “ok.” Your doctor might be able to help you to choose the right step for you to do. They also might have another idea for you to try, along with any of the above steps. It’s a good idea to check in with your doctor during the process, especially if another medical conditions or any type of a medication that is not related to having Leaky Gut Syndrome.