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Leaky Gut Intolerances Help


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#1 leo.the.bunny

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 07:02 PM

Hi

I'm just wondering about what happens when you get a new intolerance with leaky gut? Does it make your gut go back to how it was when you first got leaky gut or does it heal faster when you cut it out? I'm thinking about going on a rotation diet so this won't happen anymore, but I already have barely anything to eat.

Also what supplements and digestive enzymes would help with leaky gut? Does L-Glutamine help a lot and are all brands safe or are there some that contain harmful ingredients?
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 07:14 PM

I am getting into a rotational diet. I feel better. I think I have been trying it for about a month now. I was intolerant to nearly everything I was eating. I must eat things I don't tolerate well, so I eat them in rotation. I try not to repeat a food for atleast 4 days. I start my day at supper and end with the following lunch. That way I can have leftovers for lunch as I have for years.
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