Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Guaranteed To Treat Leaky Gut Syndrome With Bovine Colostrum

Leaky gut syndrome is characterized by the increased permeability of the gut in response to excessive irritation and inflammation of the intestinal walls. Because this increased permeability leads to the improper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, it can have a tremendous impact on several body processes, and is an underlying factor in the development of most food allergies and autoimmune diseases.
Although leaky gut syndrome has become increasingly common and can be effectively treated through colostrum supplementation, physicians often overlook the disorder when diagnosing and treating the symptoms associated with it.
Inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract increases its permeability through the formation of large spaces, or gaps, between the cell View the rest of this article

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