Dr. Barnes – Healing Leaky Gut Protocol – 14 Minutes

Dr. Barnes – Healing Leaky Gut Protocol – 14 Minutes


Hi everybody! Dr. Barnes here and today I’m
going to be talking about leaky gut and how to heal your digestive system. Now really
secondary to your nervous system, I consider the digestive system the second most important
system of the entire body. It’s so important for not only how you digest and assimilate
food and nutrients and create new body tissues, new cells, new organs, new muscle and all
those things. But also we’ll begin to discover is its vital role in the health of your immune
system – our immune system. So 80% of your immune system is controlled by the health
that’s going on in your digestive system. This is huge because we’re looking at not
just not getting a cold or not getting the flu, but literally your ability to fight cancer,
not develop autoimmune disease and things like that are really directly related to your
digestive system. Talking about leaky gut, you know not to long
ago leaky gut was sort of poopood in the medical community, which is saying that the alternative
people are trying to help people to sort of made this up or throw this around as a general diagnosis. However,
it has become widely recognized, in fact a simple search on Pub Med which is an online
database of scholarly articles, you’ll find literally hundreds if not thousands of articles
linking your health, health conditions, disease, illness to literally leaky gut. What do we
mean by leaky gut? When we’re talking about your digestive system, you have to think about
it as sort of very specialized tube or hose, think about water in the garden. However,
it does provide absorption and just not allowing things transported.
Now think about it this way, if you left your hose outside in the sun for too long and sort
of got burned up and either way it will start to deteriorate the rubber and potentially over
time as water will be flowing through and that can cause little tiny cracks, little
tiny holes and it will cause water to leak out. So that’s a very oversimplified version
of what leaky gut is in your digestive system is that over time and really due to you not
caring for it properly and putting the wrong things in it; little tiny holes and little
tiny cracks are getting in your digestive system and allow toxins, it allows bacteria,
it allows food particles to leak out into your system. And then what happens is the
immune system becomes activated and begins because it recognize that it is something
that does not belong where it should and it attacks it. Now obviously if the holes are not
repaired, this is a continual process and your immune system continually has to fight
and attack and destroy what’s leaking out and eventually this leads to autoimmune disease.
So, pretty much every single autoimmune disease has a significant relation to leaky gut,
so we’re looking again at prevention. But if you have autoimmune disease, then the first
place I recommend looking at is not taking a drug, but looking at healing your digestive
system, really sealing up that leaky gut. The main things that cause leaky gut will
be things like sugars, alcohol, caffeine, grains, antibiotics and aspirin, Tylenol,
Advil, anti-inflammatories, and so those are the main things that cause damage.
I would really put grains at the top. I would put NSAIDs at the top and I would put antibiotics
at the top. What the problem is is that, those are the sort of the things that are subtle and they
are deceptive because you take them or you eat grains. You may not necessary feel the
reaction, but we can think about grains as really like razor blades going through your
digestive system that really tears it up, cause a lot of inflammation and causes a lot
of damage to your intestinal system. NSAIDs poke little tiny holes inside of your digestive
system which is also not good and then antibiotics of course are going to destroy
your normal gut flora and lead to a greater chance of bad bacterial over growth or SIBO
also known as (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth). You really want to avoid and
removing those triggers first. So I recommend going 90 days of dairy free, sugar free, grain
free, alcohol free and caffeine free. I know it seems like a lot, but you’re going to be
doing this for 90 days or about three months. Step #2 is REPAIR: One of the big vitamins which also
acts as the hormone in the body and is super important for your digestive system is vitamin
D. So, unless you know what your number is, remember that’s why the motto is “don’t guess,
test”. If you’re below 60 on your vitamin D levels, I recommend taking 10,000 a day
and retesting within 90 days or 60 days for you figure out what your level is. Once you’re
above 60, then you can drop down to 5000 per day and now go as a maintenance dose. And
so I take vitamin D, I take two kinds, the first one is from designs for health, it’s called
hi-po-emulsi vitamin D3, it is liquid, it is very easy to use, this is why I have
this one right now in my house because my wife can take it, my daughter takes it ,
we give it to my nine month old daughter, and I can take it, it’s very easy to travel with.
Otherwise the other one I do is from Maximized Living.
The second thing I do is Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera is very soothing on the outside of sunburn,
but it’s also very soothing on the inside. I don’t really recommend doing Aloe Vera
juice, although you can, but Aloe Vera gel is much more potent. It does taste more potent,
it is not good I can promise you that. Some people like it but most don’t, so what I
recommend doing and also to be getting a therapeutic dosages just to do something called Aloe Vera 200x,
it’s also made by Designs for Health. This is a very high-dose therapeutic version of
Aloe Vera and it works amazing for repairing the digestive system and you could do like
1 ounce of aloe Vera gel a day on top of that, again organic, Aloe Vera gel with that too.
The next thing to help repair the digestive system is digestive enzymes, you’re going
to take these before every single meal, because what this is going to do, it’s going to aid
your body in breaking down the nutrients in the food you’re eating, it kind of breaks it
into smaller pieces. What’s great about this is that, as you try to heal your digestive
system, it sort of takes some of the load or some of the work off your digestive system
so it can work much more efficiently and not not have to produce as much and consume as much
energy on its own. The next thing is, and I really love this. This is L-Glutamine; it
comes in a powdered form. I do 3gm a day as I put it right into my smoothie. It’s very
easy, and it doesn’t have much of a taste. L-glutamine is an amino acid and it is used
for muscle repair, so your digestive system is made up of something called smooth muscle
because it works through peristalsis which is kind of squeezing sort of crunchy sort of
gurgling noise that you sometimes feel. L-glutamine is very, very good in helping repair that,
so we’re talking about those little tiny holes, this is used to help patch that up.
The other product that I love which is multipurpose is called Max GI, it’s made by Maximized Living.
I totally love this product and it is extremely versatile because it contains things like
clove oil, oregano oil, thyme oil which helps to destroy bad bacteria and it also contains
Lysozyme which punches tiny holes in the bacterial membrane so they can destroy and combust a
lot easier. It also has 100 billion CFUs of probiotic specifically bacillus subtillus which is a
very strong good bacteria, it can withstand a lot of sort of agitation, some sort of helps
replace the bad bacteria that is being destroyed by it. It also contains digestive enzymes
as well, so you take two of these per day on empty stomach in the morning first thing
when you wake up. Usually people, if you have like bloating issues or gas issues or digestive
or diarrhea or anything like that, constipation even, most people notice a change within three
days of taking this, it’s very fast act acting product.
The next step of the digestive system is the restore process, and the way we’re going to
do that is to be probiotics. I do take probiotics from Designs for Health, what I love even
more than that and why I really stopped carrying and selling probiotics is that Sauerkraut
is way more potent and way more effective. Again, we’re looking at real food and it also
contains other benefits. So, this is the one I take, it is called Farmhouse Culture, sells
at our local whole foods here in Raleigh where we’re at. They have several other flavors, they
have garlic, they have pickle, and they have jalepeno one. The one that my wife and daughter like
is ginger Beet, I hate beet, so I hate this one too, but they said it’s really good. There’s
a cardamom flavor, there are some kind of plain flavors too. Some studies have shown that in just
one serving which would be in this case 4 tablespoons, which is not a whole lot is like
the size of the palm of your hand of Sauerkraut will contain a trillion strain of bacteria,
way more potent, way more numerous than any probiotic that I have seen on the market, so you can
get a bag of this for $8 and it is extremely healthy and extremely beneficial.
The next part of restore is corrective chiropractic care, making sure that the nerve supply going
to your digestive organs is freely flowing. If nerves become pinched or damaged, due to
sitting too long or traumas or bad posture or sports injuries or whatever the case may
be is that, that will actually choke off nerve supply going into your stomach, to your intestine,
to your digestive organs and cause problems over time too. So make sure you’re getting
adjustments what I recommend is that after going through a corrective plan, minimum of twice a month,
but really the average American does need once a week for optimum health and function.
The last step of healing leaky gut is going to be replace, and what we need for that is
we take Betaine HCL. And, this is hydrochloric acid which is what your stomach acid is made
up of, the main ingredient in your stomach. And so essentially by taking this, again you’re
just contributing and putting more digestive juices into your body. It’s not painful, although
if you have Gastritis or an ulceration you can should take extra of this right here or H-Pylori.
But what it does again is, it helps break down your food a lot easier. And then we
do zinc. Zinc Supreme, this should be taken at night, this is multipurpose and it is very
important for your hormones. Another thing that I love about zinc is, there’s actually an
article in 2000 by the Journal of Nutrition entitled “Zinc deficiency malnutrition and the gastrointestinal
effect” and some of the highlights found is that a zinc deficiency may impair the absorption
of water and electrolytes delaying the termination of normally self-limiting gastrointestinal
disease episodes. The gastrointestinal tract maybe one of the
first target areas where zinc deficiency may be manifested and then a prolonged low zinc
intake deprives the organism the local potential benefits of zinc including interactions with
oxidative free radicals and nitro-oxide metabolism; that’s fancy for meaning your body that basically
creates inflammation and disease faster. And then also is that it shows that if you have a zinc
deficiency that you’re more susceptible to toxin producing bacteria i.e. bad bacteria
or other Enterovirus pathogen, so pathogens inside of your body. Okay, so again we’re
talking about bad bacteria, bad pathogens inside of your digestive systems which create
issues and also autoimmune. I really recommend, though I would say that
probably 60-80% of Americans have some version of leaky gut or even further beyond that like
maybe IBS, Ulcerative colitis, celiac disease which is really sort of a further down progression of leaky
gut. It can be tested, it’s done through Cyrex laboratories comments and it is called
Array 2, also known as the intestinal permeability screen. And what it does is that it helps
us, helps me as a functional health doctor and chiropractor to help you as a patient identify
how bad you have leaky gut, what’s causing your leaky gut, how severe it is and potentially
even how long you’ve had it too. That’s Cyrex Array 2, that test you know it
does involve a blood drawn, basically what it’s looking for is escaped toxins and other
food pathogens into your bloodstream. It costs $350, super important although, I think pretty
much anybody can go through this protocol for 90 days and start healing their body and
healing their process. But again you don’t guess you test, if you suspect you have it, it’s
better to know for sure if you do or not. And also we have the baseline after you’ve done your
protocol, you can retest after 3 or 6 months and make sure your body is healing and getting
better. So, I hope you enjoy this, go ahead and heal that gut, get that digestive system
back on track, get your immune system back on track, its Dr. Barnes signing off.

87 Comments

  • StrongLifter says:

    Thanks Brother, great advice.

  • Glenn Carr says:

    DIY sauerkraut is very easy to make and very cheap. Ideally use organic vegetables (cabbage is for sauerkraut but any firm vegetable will generally do) and filtered or bottled water. Make up a salt solution of around 2 tablespoons of Himalayan or Celtic salt (sea salt will suffice but is not as pure) to 1 litre of water and stir until dissolved. Finely chop the cabbage (a mandolin works well) and start packing into a glass jar with a wide lid (cleaned out thoroughly) and cover the chopped veg with the brine a little at a time. Push down the cabbage / veg with the back of a rolling pin or similar and continue to pack in and top up with the salt water until around one inch from the top. Once filled and topped up, tuck a spare cabbage leaf in over the top (cut to fit snugly under the opening). Place the lid on slightly loose and stand in a warm area out of sunlight (dark is ideal but not essential) inside a bowl to catch any overspill as it ferments.

    Leave for 2-3 weeks tightening the lid when fermentation stops and refrigerate. There can be a slight whiff on opening the jar but its only a little trapped gas. Remove the leaf and discard and you're ready to go with a probiotic superfood that costs little to make! The end product is slightly acidic and crunchy, similar to pickled cabbage thanks to the lactic acid producing bacteria (getting ready to move into your gut!). You can take it a step further by buying a K2 producing starter culture to the jar before fermenting. K2 works with vitamin D3 to ensure calcium is used properly in the body. Claims are that it can reduce arterial plaque (calcified) and leads to stronger bones and teeth.

  • DÜCKY says:

    i am a vegan, and i find i get really bad issues from rice, bloating for days, pains and its hard to breathe, let me know if you have heard of this thank you, also does betaine hcl help with digestion of grains?

  • Elspeth Silverstar says:

    Good video, lots of good information.

  • UrbanExplorer1000 says:

    I wouldnt use those aloe vera pills. straight aloe contains components that act like a laxative and can cause cathartic colon. the best aloe is Georges aloe vera juice which is distilled to remove the harmful components

  • ACultured says:

    Dr. Barnes:Can you PLEASE do a comprehensive video, showing what foods viewers should be purchasing & consuming to heal their leaky gut(s)? I find myself leaving my local grocer with nothing but sauerkraut, hummus, gluten-free chicken & turkey, and organic spinach. It would be nice to maintain some semblance of normalcy, with a variety of leaky gut friendly food options. So, perhaps you can upload a video of what foods you eat, what's in your fridge/kitchen, and what foods to avoid completely? I'd genuinely appreciate it! -Chris

  • Bowl of Tofu says:

    Do you count quinoa as a grain? Is well rinsed quinoa okay on a leaky gut healing protocol?

  • Clayton Baker says:

    Can dairy and soy also cause leaky gut.

  • user121304 says:

    Hi. I have lupus. I have heard bone broth helps too. I have to increase my probiotic vitamin d3 dosage. How much probiotic do you recommend? Thanks.

  • Marilyn Bahoura says:

    I'm trying to heal a leaky gut would just bone broth work. I'm seriously living in he'll I can't take anymore I need something to help me

  • Marilyn Bahoura says:

    my head is out of control or should I say my brain

  • Ruby Shay says:

    Can all of these be taken during pregnancy, if not which can't?

  • Mayke Winter says:

    does it also work when you have lyme disease? Doesn't the lyme bacteria keep going through your tissue and keep making holes in your gut?

  • Mayke Winter says:

    I live in the Netherlands, do you ship your products to the Netherlands?

  • Rebecca Johnson says:

    hi would this diet be safe to do whilstbreastfeeding?

    thank you in advance for this video, this is extremely informativr and helpful. much peace and love to you x

  • BlackVegeta9000 says:

    I have taken four rounds of Amoxicillin within the past month for tooth infection first I suffered from bad dry mouth, upset stomach in the morning, no my face is itchy dry and peeling, also I recently been having mucus draining in the back of my throat in the morning

  • Stacie lynch says:

    I would not recommend spending lots of money on probiotics until the lining of the gut has some healing time. A perforated gut lining leaves nothing for the good bacteria to adhere to. Hold on until some of your symptoms lessen and healing starts. Then use them as part of your healing protocol.

  • bustkaratedojo says:

    Hello Dr.,
    Thanks for the information. When no sugar is indicated, does that mean no fruit? Great info. Thanks!

  • French Viking says:

    Hey you're talking about vitamine D3, but do you mean a synthetic from or a natural form? Because i have buyed al lot of (synthetic) vitamines and my body didn't like it at all, just horrible.

  • Power Of Love says:

    Hi Dr. Barnes, I have a weird situation,

    When I started having ulcers I would feel like I was going to pass out. When I ate meat my body went through shock (i couldn't even finish my meal, my heart started beating fast) i tried walking but i felt off, i even had a sharp pain in my left hand. so they put me on the H-pylori kit and that seem to work. however after a year it kinda started and had taken two kits in the space of three months.

    So i decided to do things naturally, DGL Aloe Vera, L-Glutimine, Vitamin D, and Pro-Biotics.

    Things are looking good now however when i eat meat my heart beat changes, this doesn't happen all the time.
    A doctor once told me the nerves next to your stomach can affect your heartbeat if you have Acid buildup.

    I was taking Apple Cider Vinegar but after two weeks I realized it gave me discomfort and stopped using.

    What do you think? I am 37 never had history of any serious illness. Not as active as should be

    Thanks Doc 🙂

  • prateet ray says:

    how come you missed the role of prolonged stress and anxiety on gut ? its huge. I never had alcohol or anti biotics or junk or processed food and I have extreme leaky gut.

    bone broth has started helping me recently.

  • Arcelia Esparza says:

    What can u take instead of Betaine HCL? Can u use this for a small 12 year old? Thank you.

  • Dhaakira Davson says:

    Avoid all sugar for protocol (fruit) or only processed sugar?

  • Reel Texas Outdoors says:

    Great video! Thanks for putting the info together. Quick question though.. do you do each of the 4 steps at the same time? I mean, you dont do the 'remove' part of the plan for 90 days and then follow up with the other 3 parts, correct? From my understanding, you're doing them all at the same time?

    Thanks again!

  • Kristen P says:

    I am so impressed with all your replies! Very education advice giving, thank you. My question for you: I have been diagnosed with raynauds syndrome a few years ago, and more recently leaky gut with candida overgrowth. ( I have been dealing with acne and digestive issues for years) I am wondering do you think these things are corelated ? your thoughts on green juices or juice cleanses? … How can we eat to heal leaky gut? 🙁

  • Polinico 2 says:

    how much gluthamine and fermented foods would you recommend to take each day?

  • flicchick10 says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you could give me some advise Please. My 2 year will not take the pinches of Bet HCL and I noticed some sweet potatoe undigested in his stool today. Would a shot of pineapple juice be enough just before a meal? Thanks

  • Damian Gordon says:

    What do you think about the endocrine system as the master system, being superior to the nervous system seeing that hormones operate the brain, and by far more important than the digestive system?

  • Scentmonk says:

    making sure to chew your food properly will help as well

  • JUAN CONTRERAS says:

    So is oatmeal a grain that can harm you?

  • Chris B says:

    good video but no drugs are necessary, just eat fruit and veggies with a probiotic.

  • redbonescorpio79 says:

    You did an awesome job of breaking it all down. I've been doing alot of research on this and your explanation condenses everything down wonderfully.

  • K SIN says:

    Hello, I have alopecia aerata. I have been on the AIP diet and have been following most of your recommendations. I live in Canada. Is that Array 2 test available in Canada. Would my GP know what I was referring to, if I brought it up with him? Thanks for the information.

  • Leticia says:

    I just saw this video. In regard with eliminating sugar for 90 days, does that include stevia as well?

  • James Renwick says:

    Is taking antihistamines (cetirizine hydrochloride) everyday for skin allergies bad for leaky gut? I get really itchy skin and take the antihistamines every to try and reduce the irritation

  • Brandon Wallace says:

    Will this take care of ulcerative colitis and how long will it take to heal the gut?

  • madu samanmali says:

    good

  • Chandrasekaran Krishnamurthy says:

    It is a useful site and worth to watch. I like it and subcribed .

  • tushar panchal says:

    I liked it…

  • Kavita Pore says:

    good i like it

  • Arun P Raj says:

    nice

  • GetGood says:

    Very helpful and knowledgeable but too many supplements for my taste. Still, thanks.

  • Primal Logic says:

    Most people with gut issues have histamine problems and can't tolerate fermented foods

  • S Rahman says:

    can you please tell which L glutamine powder or capsule I should take in leaky gut.

  • Elizabeth Delgado says:

    Very good information. Thank you.

  • Edward Dean says:

    I've read that aloe vera open up the junctions in the gut. This will actually make a leaky gut worse.

  • Edward Dean says:

    You recommend bacillus subtillus, have you taken this strain of bacteria for a prolonged time and if so has it helped? Thanks

  • Edward Dean says:

    Is the Farmhouse Culture sauerkraut unpasteurized?

  • presjo says:

    what makes you think coffee and dairy products are bad for your gut?

  • Sonya Gregory says:

    I had a very large cancer tumor(large ovarian grandulosa) surgically removed and also a radical hysterectomy in Dec. 2015.  About 5 days after the surgeries I began to have what I think is leaky gut and or candida overgrowth.  I felt like I was going to die.  I have ended up in the emergency room many many times since and up until now. I have been trying to stay on a diet similar to what you recommend and have lost 107 lbs. as of today.  However they really gave me so many antibiotics for over 2 years before my Urologist found my ovarian cancer.  I think I had healed some until,  Just this past Friday I had to have kidney stone removal surgery, where they go up the ureter and blast and or remove the stone.  Of course they gave me antibiotics and kicked off another really bad digestive trauma of leaky gut.  The problem I have is no Dr. during the 2 years that they somehow missed my cantaloupe sized cancer, 2 D&C's, and hysterectomy surgeries, and the over prescribed antibiotics I was given, no one ever told me that all of this had damaged my digestive system.  I am going to yet another Gastroenterologist tomorrow in Charlotte, NC.  He is supposed to be good at listening and helping people.  We will see.  I think a lot of what you say works food wise, however, how in the world do you get enough calcium.  I cannot take supplements because they end up in my kidneys as stones.  And since I started having leaky gut and candida overgrowth I can't seem to tolerate dairy like I used to be able to.  So where does a 57 year old woman get enough calcium without dairy?  I hope this Dr. will help me tomorrow in Charlotte.  However, I am going to tell him about you and your methods.  I live very far away from you, but I will continue to watch your channel and tell my new Gastroenterologist about you.  I will be so glad when I get my life back.  My case is a very severe case and no one should feel like they are going to die.  And I'm sure you know how they treat you at the conventional Dr's office.  I have been told nothing is wrong, to its just in my head.  I wish it was.  However, before my surgeries and overprescribed antibiotics I never ever had anything like this to happen.  I was able to eat anything with no problems.  It is just so very hard to find a real Dr. who really is trying to help you!  Not you, but most of my physicians just think this stuff is imaginary.  Or they just look at you like deer in the headlights and say I Don't Know How To Help You….  And then take thousands of dollars from me and my insurance company, all the while letting me suffer needlessly.  Thank you for any advice that you can offer!  I am truly frustrated!  I know that they had to give me antibiotics because of the surgery of my kidneys this past Friday, but how can I quickly help myself recover!  So Very Very Frustrated & Confused Why Some Doctors Don't Even Try To Help With These Issues That Are Like You Say Very Common!  Thanks Again!  Sorry If I Seem To Be Ranting, But I Am Very Scared & Often Feel Hopeless After Leaving Yet Another So Called Specialists Office!  I Pray That Tomorrow Is Different!

  • Marc Fox says:

    important question! u said no sugar but does that mean no fruit too??

  • Lori Favela says:

    I thought it was the endocrine system that the vital role…

  • joe bob says:

    digestive enzymes haven't helped me at all. I think caffeine is a bad trigger for me as well as many other things..

  • Reyes25111 says:

    can leaky gut cause fecal body odor?

  • Steve Anston says:

    Butyrate is the key and you say NOTHING about it.

  • Lucky4407 says:

    Is Oatmeal allowed during the 90 Day period?

  • Truth Seeker says:

    What to eat?????

  • I Rose says:

    What if you have severe adrenal fatigue? Has the leaky gut caused the adrenal fatigue or would it be the other way around? Also, how would a severe iodine deficiency be linked to a leaky gut?

  • Carola Wingert says:

    I'm still struggling with trying to heal mine I was so hungry lost 12 lbs going low carb I did not need to loose this much.
    I started to eat sweet potato that filled me up and did not make me sick
    Or gassy. Clean diet for 3 month
    I did have some grass fed butter that is even legal for GAPS

  • Laura Croft says:

    GOOD STUFF!

  • Shirley Howard says:

    Ever treat RA, if so how successful were you?

  • Discotheque says:

    Why is it that only Chiropractors and other poorly regulated qualifications refer to themselves as "Doctors" when they havent spent a minute in medical school? They do it to add credibility and fool the desperate into trusting them. Anyone that proclaims himself to be a Chiropractor might as well be introducing themselves as a conman for they are one and the same.

    Dont feed this parasite thats preying on the desperate, find a dedicated specialist and save yourself a lot of time and of course money!

  • Chengfu Saechao says:

    that sounds so
    terrifying..holes in our
    GUT..OMG!! Scary.

  • Mary Newton says:

    "Just 9 days or 3 months." 🤔

  • random Channel says:

    Can you please explain why fruit is bad on a leaky gut diet? Because I eat a decent amount of fruits daily and I really don't wanna remove them from my diet. But can you please explain why they are not good for leaky gut? I eat more fruits because I tolerate them better then other foods. Sometimes I can't even tolerate almost any fats and on fruits I do feel better sometimes. But I don't know if it's healing or should I remove them for a while. Also can we like maybe limit fruit consumption to maybe few bananas a day with an apple or something. Or are there any fruits you recommend eating while healing!?

  • Pioneer7 says:

    Wow great video. Can you take all the supplements at once

  • IntarwebUser says:

    Create new… organs? I thought I was born with all of the organs I would have in life…

    Are you sure you're a doctor?

  • Victor Popov says:

    Why is bulletproof coffe up there?

  • Fear6No7Evil says:

    What's your opinion regarding biofilms??

  • Kiran Dhillon says:

    Vitamin c is very important too

  • Kiran Dhillon says:

    Thanx for helping

  • Sara DeJesus says:

    Did I hear him say 'incense' as an issue? I've backed it up to listen to that twice and it still sounds like it

  • No Pepper says:

    Does grain free mean rice-free?

  • Nate O'Donnell says:

    Links to any studies supporting this protocol? I've seen encouraging data on L-Glutamine, and avoiding high-antigen foods like dairy and gluten-containing grains makes sense, but I'm not familiar with the evidence supporting some of the other recommendations on this list.

    Thanks in advance!

  • CEB 1213 says:

    Greenway chiropractors
    You go through much more than the other Drs!!!👍💖😊

  • David Stojadinovic says:

    Excellent video content! Forgive me for chiming in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you ever tried – Franaar Strong Immunity Formula (do a search on google)? It is a great one of a kind guide for Curing Leaky Gut Syndrome without the hard work. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my old buddy Taylor after many years got astronomical success with it.

  • barry zome says:

    what about bone broth

  • LYNZ & LYNS BRAND says:

    Does grain free include wholegrain organic oats?

  • Linda Smith says:

    it should be fermented sauerkraut,

  • S B says:

    24 thumbs down from big pharma

  • glamified92 says:

    Do you do all steps since day 1? Ex would you take hcl since day 1 or after the 90 days?

  • Umm Jenet says:

    Are you taking all this at one time?

  • juan monge says:

    Very important: Artificial sweeteners destroy your gut Flora ! You will never heal your stomach by drinking diet Coke !

  • Ayanna Horton says:

    What is a good L-glutamine brand to get?

  • Håkon Martin Nilsen Bjerke says:

    Careful with zinc supplements as they stimulate Metallothionein which bind up all your copper.

  • ed mora says:

    So, does restricting sugars for 3 months also mean to abstain from all fruit? also, how can someone maintain a healthy weight on a leaky gut healing regimen? Ive already lost over 10 pounds trying cutting out all the foods you say to cut out and im down to 135 lbs from 150. and what about nuts, seeds, grains and eggs?

  • Brittney Ward says:

    you said smoothies.. what kind of smoothies do you make and can it not be cold?

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