Mechanisms that promote intestinal permeability

Several mechanisms promote intestinal permeability, leading to what is called leaky gut syndrome.

Diet:

Alcohol
Gluten
Casein
Processed Foods
Excess Sugar
Fast Food
Medications:
Corticosteroids
Antibiotics
Antacids
Xenobiotics

Infections:

H. Pylori
Bacterial Overgrowth
Yeast Overgrowth
Intestinal Virus
Parasitic Infection

 

Stress:
Increased Cortisol
Increased CRH
Increased Catecholamines

 

Hormonal:
Decreased Thyroid
Decreased Progesterone
Decreased Estradiol
Decreased Testosterone

 

Neurologic:
Brain Trauma
Stroke
Neurodegeneration
Decreased Nerve Flow Due to Spinal Subluxation

 

Metabolic:
Glycosylated End Products
Intestinal Inflammation
Autoimmune Conditions

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