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Blogs By Gerard Guillory

Could it be SIBO?

SIBO is an abbreviation for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. SIBO is defined as an excessive number or a change in the type of bacteria growing in the small intestine.1 In a healthy digestive tract, the majority of bacteria, yeast, and other microorganisms inhabit the large intestine (the colon), and only...

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What is Zonulin?

If you have a digestive disorder, such as celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chances are you will sooner or later come across the word “zonulin.” Since its discovery in the year 2000, zonulin has become a hot topic of interest to researchers, doctors, patients, and bloggers....

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New Study Links Gluten Sensitivity to Leaky Gut

The News: Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center recently published results of a groundbreaking study: the study provides biological evidence of increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut) in people who are sensitive to wheat and gluten.[i]  The study included 80 subjects with non-celiac wheat sensitivity (NCWS) and 40 subjects with confirmed...

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How To Choose a Probiotic

Probiotics are live bacteria or yeast that provide health benefits. Probiotics help support the growth of beneficial microbes throughout the digestive tract, improving both digestive and immune functions. An imbalance of bacteria in the intestines is associated with a variety of conditions, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).  With as many...

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Colostrum for a Leaky Gut

Colostrum, one of the main ingredients in our leaky gut protocol, is truly a miraculous substance. Colostrum is the first milk that is produced by all mammals just before giving birth. Compared with milk that is produced later, colostrum contains a higher concentration of proteins, growth factors, and antibodies. When...

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