Leaky Gut

Leaky Gut Syndrome is a major cause of disease and dysfunction that accounts for at least 50% of chronic complaints, as confirmed by laboratory tests.

With Leaky Gut, the epithelium on the villi of the small intestine becomes inflamed and irritated, which allows metabolic and microbial toxins of the small intestines to flow into the blood stream. Undigested food, toxins and bowel waste are not meant to enter the blood stream. This event compromises the liver, the lymphatic system, and immune response, including added stress on the endocrine system.

Some of the most incurable diseases are caused by this exact mechanism, where the body attacks its own tissues, also known as Auto-Immune Disease.

Leaky Gut is often the primary cause of the following common conditions…


food allergies

chronic sinusitis



chronic UTI, kidney or bladder infections


irritable bowel

fungal disorders

frequent yeast infections



rheumatoid arthritis


uterine fibroid

breast fibroid

pediatric immune deficiencies

fatigue syndrome

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More About Leaky Gut

Contributing factors that cause leaky gut include antibiotic use, fungus, bacteria imbalance, parasite, and food allergy. Alternatively, fungal overgrowth, bacteria imbalance, presence of a parasite, or food allergies can be caused by Leaky Gut.

Our job at Triad Health Center is to figure out if you do indeed have Leaky Gut, what is causing it, and put together a comprehensive customized plan of action to begin healing the gut.