Leaky Gut Pathways

Date: 29/09/17    Location: Kirchzarten (de)

Balancing Leaky Gut with NK

Increased intestinal permeability or ‘leaky gut syndrome’ as it is often referred to, is a major driver of chronic disease and can cause a multitude of physiological imbalances within the body. It is characterised by the weakening of the tight junctions between the epithelial cells. Hugo has put together a comprehensive list of causes that can contribute to leaky gut. In this course you will learn:

  • Tight junction proteins that keep the intestinal epithelial cells together
  • The mechanism of the wheat protein gliadin to stimulate gut permeability in everyone
  • The function of zonulin
  • The contributions of immune cells to gut permeability including allergic reactions
  • Hormones that contribute to gut permeability (Histamine, Interferon γ and Tumour Necrosis Factor α)
  • Helpful and harmful bacteria
  • Parasites
  • Fungus
  • NK acupressure formatting for the Leaky Gut pathways
  • What issues your clients could present with
  • Changes to lifestyle and diet
  • Different supplements that could help your Leaky Gut clients

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