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LGS - Leaky Gut Syndrome (ang.)

These Substances may Cause Intestinal Permeability

Carbohydrates

Excessive consumption of Simple Sugars may cause Intestinal Permeability.  

 

Microorganisms

Candida albicans overgrowth (Candidiasis) may cause Intestinal Permeability (this occurs via the Acetaldehyde produced by Candida albicans damaging the Epithelial Cells of the Small Intestine). 

Some types of Detrimental Protozoa may cause Intestinal Permeability:

  • Blastocystis hominis may cause Intestinal Permeability
  • Yersinia enterocolitica may cause Intestinal Permeability

 

Pharmaceutical Drugs

Methotrexate may cause Intestinal Permeability.

Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) such as Ibuprofen and Diclofenac may cause Intestinal Permeability (by inhibiting certain Prostaglandins that normally protect the Intestinal Wall).

Pharmaceutical Antibiotics may cause Intestinal Permeability (by killing the layer of Beneficial Bacteria that reside in the Mucous Layer of the Intestinal Wall).  

 


Intestinal Permeability may Cause/Exacerbate these Ailments

 

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Intestinal Permeability may cause Celiac Disease

Constipation may occur as one of the symptoms of Intestinal Permeability. 

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of Crohn's Disease (most Crohn's Disease patients are found to have Intestinal Permeability). 

Frequent Diarrhea may occur as one of the symptoms of Intestinal Permeability. 

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of some cases of Flatulence.

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Intestinal Permeability may cause Malabsorption (of Minerals) - the Inflammation that occurs during Intestinal Permeability damages the Carrier Proteins that normally transport various Minerals from the Small Intestine into the bloodstream.

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of some cases of Pancreatic Insufficiency.

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of Ulcerative Colitis.

 

Immune System

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of Allergies (especially Food Allergies). 

Intestinal Permeability may increase the risk of Bacterial & Viral Diseases (by permitting Detrimental Bacteria and Viruses to more readily enter the bloodstream). 

Intestinal Permeability may increase the formation of Immune Complexes (which are involved in Autoimmune Diseases). 

Intestinal Permeability may be the underlying cause of Lupus Erythematosus.

 

Metabolism

Intestinal Permeability may be the underlying cause of some cases of Liver malfunction.  This occurs from the additional Stress placed on the Liver in its role in the detoxification of Antigens that gain entrance into the body as a result of Intestinal Permeability.  

 

Musculoskeletal System

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of Ankylosing Spondylitis

Intestinal Permeability may cause Arthralgia (Joint Pain without Inflammation) (especially when Joint Pain occurs immediately after eating). 

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of some cases of Fibromyalgia.

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of some cases of Rheumatoid Arthritis (due to its ability to increase the formation of Immune Complexes).  

 

Nervous System

Many Autism patients have Intestinal Permeability (and this Intestinal Permeability may exacerbate the symptoms of Autism). 

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of Headaches (especially when Headaches occur after eating).  

 

Respiratory System

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of some cases of Asthma (as Asthma patients have been found to have increased Intestinal Permeability). 

Intestinal Permeability may be an underlying cause of (chronic) Sinusitis.

 

Skin

Intestinal Permeability may be the underlying cause of some cases of Acne.

Intestinal Permeability may be the underlying cause of some cases of (atopic) Eczema

Intestinal Permeability may be the underlying cause of some cases of Hives

Intestinal Permeability is speculated to be an underlying cause of Psoriasis.  

 


These Substances may Prevent/Alleviate Intestinal Permeability

 

Amino Acids

Arginine may reduce Intestinal Permeability (due to Arginine's role in the production of Nitric Oxide).  

Glutamine may prevent and alleviate Intestinal Permeability (by functioning as a "fuel" for the Villi cells of the Intestinal Wall, thereby helping to heal the damaged Intestinal Wall that is an underlying cause of Intestinal Permeability).  

 

Microorganisms

Beneficial Bacteria (probiotics) may help to reverse Intestinal Permeability: 

  • Lactobacillus plantarum may help to reverse Intestinal Permeability
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus (Lactobacillus GG) may help to reverse Intestinal Permeability

Saccharomyces boulardii may help to prevent/reverse Intestinal Permeability.  

 

Minerals

Zinc may help to reverse Intestinal Permeability.  

 

Vitamins

Vitamin A may reduce Intestinal Permeability (due to its role in improving the structural integrity of the Mucous Membranes of the Intestines).  

 

Dairy Foods

Colostrum (Bovine Colostrum) may help to prevent and treat Intestinal Permeability.  

 

Herbs

Licorice (Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice (DGL) form) may facilitate the treatment of Intestinal Permeability.  

 

Seeds

Oat Bran may reduce Intestinal Permeability (by increasing the production of Short-Chain Saturated Fatty Acids such as Butyric Acid, Acetic Acid and Propionic Acid which nourish the Intestinal Mucosa of the Intestinal Wall). 

Psyllium Seeds may reduce Intestinal Permeability (by increasing the production of Short-Chain Saturated Fatty Acids such as Butyric Acid, Acetic Acid and Propionic Acid which nourish the Intestinal Mucosa of the Intestinal Wall).

 

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