How To Heal Leaky Gut | Food Plan Included

How To Heal Leaky Gut | Food Plan Included

In this video, I’ll give you a comprehensive
guide on how to heal leaky gut. Hi ladies and gentlemen, I’m Dr. Zyrowski,
and welcome back to the channel. If you’re new to the channel, it’s a pleasure
to have you here. Be sure to subscribe and hit that bell notification
and join our notification community, so I can help you excel your health and your life. In this video we’re talking about how to heal
leaky gut. Now leaky gut is also known as intestinal
permeability. And this is a problem that millions of people
are unknowingly suffering from. And when we look at it leaky gut, essentially
what it is is where large particles of food are actually passing through the GI tract
into the bloodstream and causing the immune system to have all kinds of reactions. Now when we look at this issue, we could look
at the gut as a net. And what is allowed to pass through that net
is very small particles of food. But when the net becomes worn out and unhealthy,
as a result, large particles of food start to pass through; particularly protein particles,
and it causes all kinds of issues, you know. Not only is it protein particles, it can be
pathogens. It can be all kinds of food particles. It can be bacteria, and then as a result,
the immune system has a lot of issues, and starts to go and I just sent everything. And so that’s when someone starts to become
very unhealthy. And so what we are going to talk in this video…
about in this video, it’s a different symptoms that will really help you determine if it’s
a something that you’re suffering from. Some of the conditions that can come as a
result of leaky gut, and then where it’s coming from, you the root cause. How did this happen in the first place? And then lastly, the different plans that
you need to follow in order to reverse this problem. Now, when we look at leaky gut, I told you
already, it’s going to cause all kinds of reactions because he’s a large particles of
food are passing the bloodstream. The immune system is recognizing them and
going, “This shouldn’t be here.” So, as a result, a lot of symptoms go ahead
and start to pop up. Let’s go ahead and start with food sensitivities. So if you are someone who has an ever-increasing
list of food sensitivities; meaning that, you know, every time you find a new food that
you really like and you start eating it, your body starts reacting poorly to it, then there’s
a good chance that you have leaky gut. You know typically, it’s even healthy foods,
you know. If it’s blueberries, strawberries…if it’s
your favorite vegetable, you know. You can start reacting to any food. It doesn’t have to be a bad food. And so, once again, if you have leaky gut,
typically the foods that you like to eat the most are the ones you’re going to become sensitive
to. And it gets to a point where, because you’re
starting to build so many sensitivities, it feels like you just can’t eat anything. So that’s you then leaky gut maybe your problem. A lot of unpredictable reactions: and let’s
talk about these different reactions that start to pop up. Bloating and distention: so that you eat a
meal, you get all kinds of bloating. You wake up in the morning, you have all kinds
of gut pain, just simply because you have tons of bloating and distention. You’re someone who’s a thin person, but you
look like you have a big belly, just because it’s so bloated out, then this could be a
result of leaky gut. Pain, aches, and swelling; now this is unpredictable
reaction that nobody likes. And what happens her is that you get someone
who will consume a food, and then all the sudden they’ll start to get all kinds of itching
on the skin. They’ll start to get itchiness in their throat. They’ll start to get pain in their joints. They’ll start to get swelling in their fingers,
or in the areas of the body that they just don’t know why it’s happening. Now we have to make sure that if we’re getting
these different reactions post meals then we have to look at a leaky gut issues. So, let’s keep that in mind. Reactions to sugar and starch, and then skin
irritations. So once again, people who are having leaky
gut will start to get all the types of reactions, you know. I had one person, who for instance, they put
some collagen in their coffee, and next thing you know, their fingers were swelling up. And they couldn’t even get their ring off
’cause their fingers swelled up so much, just from putting something healthy in their coffee. And then I have had people who have has rashes
and eczema that are persistent, and just won’t go away, no matter what they do. Steroid cream, using all the different potions
and lotions out there, trying to get it to go away. And it turns out, this is a gut issue. Many gut issues manifest in unhealthy skin,
so we have to keep that in mind as well, and different skin reactions. And so, these are awesome the different symptoms
that can pop up. And the reason that this is so important is
because this actually can lead to bigger problems, okay. Problems like Arthritis, auto-immune conditions,
psychological disorders. You know, when we look at Arthritis, for instance,
many of the different symptoms we talked about are essentially what arthritis is going to
have. it symptoms as well. Auto-immune condition and Arthritis are tied
together. And so anyway, when we look at, you know,
a lot of conditions…Like I said, they are rooted in and gut problem. Diabetes is rooted in a gut problem as well. And so, psychological disorders might be one
that you’re like, “Well how is that connected?” Well, you know there’s a ton of Neurology
within the gut, and there’s tons of data and science out today, letting us know that when
we look at these different psychological disorders that are out there that they actually are,
in many cases rooted to some different gut conditions. And I have a video on that so be sure to check
that out. So then what we look to is, “How did this
happen in the first place?” There’s a couple of things we have to consider
here. Because, you know, a lot of people, when they
develop a condition, in many cases, they’re trying to do all the right things. They’re trying to eat healthy; they’re trying
to make better decisions and exercise. But as a result of doing all the right things,
sometimes people can still have a problems that come out of it. So anyway, stress is a major one here. So if you have chronic stress, it’s going
to change the PH balance in the gut. It’s also going to disrupt the microbial balance
in the gut. And as a result, just a cascade of events
happen that start to break down the gastrointestinal tract. So chronic stress is something that we have
to work on managing if we’re suffering from that. Now the next here is toxins, okay. Toxins come in many ways, whether it’s pesticides,
GMO crops, herbicides. You know, toxins that are being used as cleaners
to clean our different fruits and vegetables before we even get them to our house. You know, this is something that they’re using
in the stores in order to clean these different fruits and vegetables. And so we have to make sure that we are doing
our best to make sure that we’re not getting toxins on the food that we’re eating, ’cause
our gut is not designed to handle pesticides. Our gut is not designed to handle herbicides
and GMO crops. This is all something that’s very unnatural
to the human body. And so we have to be careful with that. Next is medication: you know, when we look
at things as simple as Tylenol, for instance. You know it says right on the bottle, “It
may cause GI tract bleeding. It may cause stomach bleeding.” How many people are are going and taking painkillers,
and just you know taking them as if they’re, you know, nothing? And so, with no consideration as to the damage
is having an on the body. So we have to look the medications as one
of the ways that this is happening. Even antibiotics; you know, when you take
antibiotics it clears the bad bacteria out, but it clears out the good bacteria, leaving
your gut in a very compromised position. Next is pathogen: so you know, bad bacteria
that starting to form in a gut, parasites, all kinds of different pathogens can result
in leaky gut. And then organelle function as well: you know
when we look at the detox organs. The colon, the kidney, the liver, the gallbladder,
you know, they all work together. And when we find that the organ malfunctions
are happening in the liver and the gallbladder, it’s going to affect the gut health. And so we have to be aware of that too and
make sure that we’re taking a multi-faceted approach to heal the entire body. Everything works together. You know, many people will segment your health
into gut health and brain health, and everything. And I know it makes it easier to talk about
it in that way, but when we look at true health, we have to consider how all the different
organ systems work together in order to keep us healthy. Let’s talk about what you do in order to get
well here and reverse this issue of intestinal permeability. Now the first thing here is a food plan, okay. Because it’s very important that you are taking
the bad foods out of your diet that are causing these reactions at the time. The foods that are breaking down the gut lining. Even the foods that are healthy but are just
hard to digest. And then you replace them with good foods
that are good for you at this time. You know, this is a very important aspect
of this whole scenario. You read it removed and put the good stuff
and put the good stuff in. Because like with many other gut conditions,
you know, we have to make sure that our body’s being nourished properly, because with leaky
gut, there starts to become so many foods that we can’t have. So we have to make sure that we’re taking
out that stuff that’s causing the disruption, but getting good nourishment to our body. And when we look at the food plan, this is
something we can talk about for the next 20 minutes it’s very in-depth. So what I will do, is put a link in the description
below, where you can actually download the food plan. It’s very similar to autoimmune food plan
but, it’s very important to make sure that you’re following it. The next here is we use a powder called GI
Repair. Now the GI Repair has different nutrients
in at like L-glutamine. It’s got deglycerinized licorice root extract. It’s got arabinogalactans. It’s got aloe vera. Essentially, what these are all designed to
do is go in and soothe and heal the GI tract, reduce inflammation, put the proper healing
nutrients in there to actually start removing some of these different small… very small
holes in the intestinal lining. And so, the GI Repair is very powerful. It’s not just about using aloe vera. It’s not just about using L-glutamine. It’s about using all these different ingredients
to, synergistically start to heal the gut lining. Because together, they’re so much more powerful
then by utilizing them alone. So GI repairs very powerful. The next here that we use is bone broth. Okay, so bone broth is good too. You know, I’ll drink 8 ounces of bone broth
in the morning and in the afternoon, especially when I’m working on leaky gut issues for either
maybe even myself, or working with somebody else. Now the other thing that you can do here with
bone broth is you can use collagen. You can even use gelatin. But the problem is, as I mentioned before
in that story about the person who put it in her coffee and they started swelling is
that; this is a protein, and with leaky gut, you may react poorly to it. So bone broth is very Immune safe, and it’s
a very low possibility that you’re actually going to react to bone broth in a negative
manner. So bone broth is a very safe way to go about
this. And I’ll put a link in the description below
too, how to make it. So if you don’t know how to make it very easy
to make the link below. Next here is probiotics: probiotics are very
important to take at this time. Not only are they going to support the immune
system and balancing the immune system, but it’s going to support healing the gut. So we have to make sure that we’re putting
the proper probiotics in there. The probiotics that I use are specifically
designed in order to not actually cause reactions. Because many of the probiotics that have the
prebiotics along with them, essentially, what they’re going to do is cause a lot of reaction. So we use a very specific one, so that does
not happen. So you got to use the probiotics, and then
we use enzymes as well. Enzymes are important because the GI tract
is compromised. As it it is being compromised, it’s going
to have a harder time digesting food. And so what we do is we re-seed the gut with
proper enzymes, because there’s a good chance they are at a low level. We re-seeded it with enzymes, and it also
allows be got to get the extra Sports support during this time and in and get that support
of digesting the in breaking down the foods. And so when we look at this this whole scenario
here, as to how you go about reversing leaky gut; you known, a lot of people like stick
to different parts of it. A lot of people go and they’ll do the food
plan, but not the supplements. And I don’t recommend that. Because it’s the whole package that helps
you get the results. Some people don’t want to be bothered with
the food, so they just go do the supplements, but not the food plan. And I don’t recommend that either, simply
because, it’s the whole package. You have to do the food. You have to do the proper supplementation,
and this is how you truly get results. You know, don’t try to skimp on it, because
you’re just dragging this problem out. So when we look at reversing this, make sure
we do the whole package here. And then be sure to give this video a thumbs
up. Share it with your friends. And if you have any questions, posted in the
comment section here below. And be sure to subscribe to my channel as
well. I greatly appreciate that. And then check out my other videos that are
going to help you improve your health. I’ll see you in the next video!


  • Gen Lin says:

    Thanks. Needed this

  • O K says:

    Timely upload! Thanks for the valuable information.

  • Chamanlal Sharma says:

    Loved the video thanks so much

  • takmaps says:

    Dr Nick, is chronic rhinosinusitis an autoimmune condition?
    (Developed sensitivity to dairy round about the same time I got the condition. )

  • sassycarmen says:

    Thank you so much!!! Your videos had been a BIG HELP FOR ME! I appreciate your time you take to help people throughout your videos, thank you!!!

  • Muhiima Barre says:

    Thank you Dr Nick !

  • dais kiruba says:

    Along with keto diet

    Flex seeds or chia seeds can take ??


    Dr. Nick I share this video on facebook for a friend she has this condition, thanks for all the videos

  • anurein 0506 says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you & family Doctor 💐💕🤗

  • Raja Abed says:

    please doctor nick could you make video about blepharitis and meibomian gland dysfunction

  • Anastasia Remmes says:

    I started having a reaction to MCT oil and anything coconut. I have a terrible rash around my mouth and nose. I am ready to heal my body so I am grateful for this information! Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Makayla Day says:

    I am recently felt swallowing in my legs doing long days of standing in and walking. Also have issues to go bathroom. Any advice
    ? Thx

  • Pierre Demeule says:

    What food do you recommend for vegans. Is tofu ok? Thank you 😊

  • Mz Mz says:

    Last time my doctor told me, it’s seems my root cause for diabetes is the leaky gut.
    This video coming on time
    Thanks 🌹❤️👍

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  • Mike Cola says:

    Thanks for the video Dr Zyrowski…I drink a cup of bone broth every day. It's high in collagen and the amino acid glycine which is great for the lining of my gut.
    Best – Mike

  • tripti dahiya says:

    How long we need to follow this food plan?

  • bob jones says:

    Is exercise ok while trying fix leaky gut? Like weight lifting/running

  • Annette Fowler says:


  • Tyler H says:

    I downloaded you diet plant. It has eggs listed as a food to avoid as well as a recommended food. Can you confirm if they’re okay or should be avoided?

  • Angela Jones says:

    When you remove all the different foods that you say I need to take out of my diet ,,,,,what's left for me to eat ijs

  • About36GREEKS says:

    Great video ! I have a question . I have ibs and am trying to heal my leaky gut . I’ve implemented L glutamine bone broth and colostrum to my daily regimen. It’s only been 5 days but my digestion already feels better . One thing I noticed tho was on day 3 I added probiotics in and I got a reaction . I read somewhere that you should wait until you heal up leaky gut before adding in probiotics, is this true ?

  • shadow966 says:

    Im stuck on aspirin for the rest of life after having by-pass surgery 7 years ago and now i have leaky gut can i still heal my gut while on these meds ive been told not to get off them but ive heard they mite of caused it over time so now im like what the hell doctors you doomed me im from the Uk and when i mention it to doctors they just give me a funny face

  • Márta Szabó says:

    Dr Nick. Thank you. It is a very detailed and easy to understand video. I shared it with some acquaintances on Facebook if you do not mind. I am on the edge of developing SLS , but still can be reversed. As I do not smoke, but liked sweets and cakes too much not beneficial for leaky gut, can stevia used while doing the diet? Thank you.

  • LadyLuv100 says:

    Hi dear, the food plan says to avoid eggs and also gives eggs as a recommended food. Please can you clarify if organic eggs can be eaten on this programme? Thanks so much.

  • Pradip Choubey says:

    Thank you Doc for the info and spreading awareness. Really liked the video👍👍

  • Irma Pinelo says:

    Hola! Can you please talk about kefir? Does it help with this problem? Thanks in advance.

  • AZ Battle School says:

    The meal plan is not able to be gotten on a cell phone !!!!!!!! I’ve tried google and safari! You maybe missing a lot of business

  • Helena Hayes says:

    I got heavy metal poisoning (got really sick) from bone broth. Tin and cobalt poisoning. And I live in Australia where food is very clean .

  • roger thornton says:

    I wake up in the morning sick. My dr and stomach specialist cant seem to find what’s my problem they keep throwing meds at me. I have stop taking them they didn’t do any good. I exercise try to eat right I have no stress.

  • Chengfu Saechao says:

    I wish you are my
    Doctor….everything you's me 100%
    My family doctor is so
    Clueless about my
    GI issues.

  • Bridget Moses Godly Encouragement says:

    @Dr Nick Zyrowski what can a person do if Collagen & bone broth cause irritation? Thx! 💜💜💜

  • rac3r5 says:

    Thanks for this very informative video. I like how things are written on a white board and you then systematically go through these and explan things. Well done. Thanks again for this content.

  • Telugu factory says:

    Sir tell me cheap and best supplement brand because Iam pooe

  • Sanjay Thakur says:

    Intermittent fasting , select eight hours eating window , it worked for me , just a couple of months

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