Ways to Manage Leaky Gut

Leaky Gut is an unpleasant, awkward, painful condition that comes equally uncomfortable and embarrassing symptoms. The good news is that if you suffer from Leaky Gut it can be treated and diminished altogether. It might take time and work, but it is possible.

In essence, Leaky Gut is damaged organ tissue and inflammation. Giving your body the time and what it needs to repair the rips and tears is your ticket to more comfortable living.

Below are some of the changes you can make to stop your Leaky Gut:

  • Start A Food Diary The first step in combating Leaky Gut is to better understand your body and what triggers your digestive discomfort. Writing down what you eat, how much you eat and when you eat can give you a lot of insight into what's going on. If you do that, along with documenting how you feel, you will better know if there are certain foods or certain situations that are causing your symptoms.

  • Remove The Commonly Known Food Triggers Processed foods, gluten and dairy area all well-known digestive irritants. Begin with eliminating these foods entirely for a few weeks, then begin to slowly reintroduce them one at a time to see how they affect you.

  • Focus Your Diet On Whole Foods  Whole foods, especially fruits and vegetables, are chock full of inflammation fighting immune boosting nutrients. Whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds are also great sources of fiber, which helps to flush out toxins and keeps the digestive process running smoothly.

  • Supplement With Digestive Enzymes  In some cases your gut may lack the adequate amount of enzymes needed to break down food. Supplementing your diet with an enzyme capsule before eating stimulates your GI tract and reinforces proper digestion started.

  • Add Probiotics To Your Diet Probiotics help grow the healthy bacteria the guts needs. Not all bacteria are bad and the good bacteria helps keep the gut clean, improve metabolism and supports your immune system.

  • Limit Alcohol Consumption Taking alcohol out of your diet also gives you tissue to repair itself. Alcohol prolongs inflammation and disables needed enzymes. You won't have to give up alcohol forever, but once you've healed your Leaky Gut, drinking less will help you stay healed.

If you have Leaky Gut, managing it and working toward healing may mean a lifestyle change. This might not be easy, but there is help, if needed. In the end, taking care of your digestive health will make a whole world of difference in how you feel. You will find yourself without the embarrassing symptoms and you will may have more energy. You may also experience improvement in your overall health. If Leaky Gut does go untreated, it could lead to more and perhaps more severe conditions down the road. Getting a handle on your gut health should always be a priority.