What Glutamine Does to My Leaky Gut…

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Leaky gut syndrome is an increasing condition that almost 20 million people are struggling with and SOME just not aware of it. This sounds a SCARY problem in which your gut walls are not protecting your body from foreign substances. From what you might know leaky gut syndrome only affects the digestive system, but the reality is, it can lead to many other health conditions.

But, what’s the cause of it?

In 1980’s leaky Gut Syndrome was discovered due to causes like:

  • Constipation
  • Food Sensitivities
  • IBS
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Skin Problems
  • Post Nasal Drip
  • Brain Fog

Researchers never stop finding the right answer to solve problems on leaky gut and one of their best solution is… GLUTAMINE.

Glutamine is an essential amino acid for health and has an important function in our body like:

  • Protecting your gut from mucosal breakdown
  • Synthesizing the proteins
  • Removing harmful ammonia in the body
  • Keeping blood glucose stable
  • Reducing the side effects of Chemotherapy treatments

Glutamine plays a role in intestinal mucosa by decreasing bacteria in the blood  and epithelial cell apoptosis. Also, it influences the gut immune response and enhances the gut barrier keeping the epithelial cells alive.

Overall reaction… it helps support the body’s immune system.

It’s our responsibility to be knowledgeable, don’t hesitate to ask questions with your naturopathy specialist. Our health lies on our own hands – ASK NOW

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