In this lecture, Dr. Michael Klaper discusses the critical importance of gut bacteria, lists diseases and conditions that can be caused by “leaky gut syndrome,” and details how to cure it.
How do you know if you have a leaky gut? What is an Intestinal Permeability Test? What should you do if you have a leaky gut? How can you repair gut integrity and the barrier function? How long does it normally take?
Dr. Klaper answers these questions. He talks about the difference between eating sugar as a flavoring versus eating sugar as food, explains what happens when you kill off “good” bacteria in your body, and how to defend yourself against “modern life’s assault on friendly intestinal bacteria.”
Dr. Klaper says, “In any complex natural system, you can’t do just one thing.” He reminds us that everything is connected and that what we do have repercussions and consequences.
“Leaky Gut” may underlie dozens of serious medical conditions – from acne to autism and AIDS to autoimmune arthritis – and it affects far more of our population than is realized, which is why its clinical importance is being acknowledged. Dr. Michael Klaper, a practicing physician for more than 40 years, says the causes of “leaky gut” are dietary and environmental.
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