Why is Digestive Health So Important?
In Episode 79, Jenny Finke of Good For You Gluten Free and I dive into how to heal your gut, especially when you have a leaky gut. While leaky gut does not have a test on its own, there are several factors that can lead to leaky gut.
First, you need to have an auto-immune gene that triggers an auto-immune condition or auto-immune disease such as Celiacs. Secondly, you could have a biome imbalance in your gut. Third, a poor diet or a diet high in gluten can assist in triggering a leaky gut.
Did You Know There are Four Types of Gluten-Related Disorders?
Susan and I chat about the four types of gluten-related disorders: celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, wheat sensitivity, and wheat allergy. These four conditions affect about ten percent of the population, however; over half of those individuals do not realize they have this health issue because their symptoms range from gastrointestinal distress to joint pain. Individuals aren’t making the connection between diet and their body reacting negatively to wheat or gluten.
London is such a fabulous place! You’ll find a myriad of extraordinary events, museums, historical places to visit and fun activities to do. Whether you enjoy walks along the river or experiencing the world’s largest Ferris wheel, London will give you the travel adventure of your lifetime. Besides the numerous travel adventures you explore, you’ll find an almost seemingly endless array of gluten-free friendly and dedicated gluten-free restaurants. Check out Episode 77 to find out more about London’s delicious gluten-free fare!
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