The foods you eat and the way you feel are often connected. Eating too much at dinner can make you feel bloated, while a healthy breakfast provides you with the energy you need to power through the morning. Digestion problems like gas, diarrhea, and constipation affect millions of Americans, and more than 15% of people in Western countries have severe gut sensitivity.
One particular digestive condition affecting general health is leaky gut syndrome, referred to in the medical community as intestinal permeability. Inside your body, there’s an intestinal lining that forms a tight barrier to control what substances your body absorbs. If you have a leaky gut, it means your intestinal lining has large cracks and holes that allow toxins and partially digested food to pass into your bloodstream.Ã‚Â
Over time, leaky gut syndrome may damage your gut flora, the healthy bacteria in your stomach. Some research suggests this condition can trigger inflammation and cause problems in your digestive tract and throughout your body, leading to chronic disease.
So what are the foods to avoid?
There are many foods and substances that can cause inflammation and contribute to the development of a leaky gut, including:
- Refined carbohydrates, like white bread and pasta.
- Glutinous grains, like barley, rye, and oats.
- White sugar found in candy, baked goods, or cereal.
- Dairy products, including milk, ice cream, and some cheeses.
- Vegetable oils including soybean and canola.
- Artificial sweeteners like aspartame or sucralose.
- Alcohol and sugary drinks.
- And Caffeine.
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