Did you know that approximately 30% of the U.S. population suffers from uncomfortable bouts of digestive problems, such as bloating, food sensitivities, and constipation?
One common cause of this is intestinal hyperpermeability most commonly known as leaky gut. This is where large food particles get through big gaps in your intestinal wall. This condition can lead to major health problems, including autoimmune disease, allergies, skin problems and more. Leaky gut is scurvy of the gastrointestinal tract.
View my latest video to discover what nutritional deficiency causes leaky gut, and the most important steps you can take in your practice to help your patients prevent and reverse it.
WATCH this clinical tip: Causes of Intestinal Hyperpermeability with Michael Gaeta