How it all started: Leaky Gut Syndrome

Contaminants from the bowel enter the circulatory system when the single layer of epithelial cells loose their tight junctions.  This results in injured blood cells, low iron, poor digestion, and inflammation, the bases for many modern "dis-eases."

 
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How it all started: Leaky Gut Syndrome
by Bill Gardiner - Tuesday, 22 December 2020, 8:26 PM
 

Contaminants from the bowel enter the circulatory system when the single layer of epithelial cells loose their tight junctions.  This results in injured blood cells, low iron, poor digestion, and inflammation, the bases for many modern "dis-eases."