As the name suggests, leaky gut results from the “leakage” of undesirable matter, including bacteria, through the bowel wall and into the blood and lymph fluid creating a toxic environment for your body to deal with.
The gut has a protective lining. You can compare it with a fine mesh that may become weak and develop holes, thus allowing undesirables to enter the blood and lymph.
Why would it become weak in the first place? And what can you do to help repair, prevent leaky gut from happening and have a thriving friendly community in your gut?
Read more to find out!