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Have some tips? Leaky-gut.

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Created December 05, 2012 at 8:35 PM

Hello everyone! I??ve currently been on a stricter diet, in order to heal my psoriasis, for around three months now. I??ve read tons of articles all over the web but I think it??s about time I read a quality book on the subject.

So, which book is the one to read when you are healing your Leaky Gut?

"Gut and Psychology Syndrome" by Natasha Campbell-McBride?

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Thank you for the leads!:)Bone broth is already a part of my diet. Nice that it´s working for you! Hopefully I will get some clear results soon too. Thanks a lot, all the best to you also!

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Thanks for the advice!I will definitely give Digestive Wellness a go. Really nice to hear that it has worked out for you.It´s always interesting to hear other people´s stories. Take care!

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Thanks for the advice!I will definately give Digestive Wellness a go. Really nice to hear that it has worked out for you.It´s always interesting to hear other people´s stories. Take care!

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Digestive Wellness by Elizabeth Lipski is a worthy read, IMHO. She goes into detail on how digestion works and its impact on the body should things go awry.

BTW, I had severe psoriasis on my hands and feet (palmo-plantar psoriasis) before going both dairy free and gluten free, then finally full paleo. Although it has taken a LONG time, my condition now is very trivial. I am a firm believer of the power in diet as a means of taming autoimmune disease.

Best of luck.

_Lazza

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on December 08, 2012
at 11:11 PM

Thanks for the advice!I will definately give Digestive Wellness a go. Really nice to hear that it has worked out for you.It´s always interesting to hear other people´s stories. Take care!

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on December 08, 2012
at 11:15 PM

Thanks for the advice!I will definitely give Digestive Wellness a go. Really nice to hear that it has worked out for you.It´s always interesting to hear other people´s stories. Take care!

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on December 06, 2012
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Not sure which book is "the one" for leaky gut per se, but if you want a free and awesomely clear primer on the "Gut & Psychology(/Physiology) Syndrome" book concepts, here's a talk given by the author at a WAPF conference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_0NvcJZwa8

Bone broth is an amazing healer of the gut (if you're not already making it as part of the stricter diet you're eating). I'm pretty sure it seems to be doing great things for my skin (among other things).

Other interesting info and leads to explore can be found in Chris Kresser's series on the gut-brain-skin axis. If you haven't already checked them out amongst your own researching, this article is a good one to start on: http://chriskresser.com/the-gut-skin-connection-how-altered-gut-function-affects-the-skin

All the best with your healing. :)

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on December 08, 2012
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Thank you for the leads!:)Bone broth is already a part of my diet. Nice that it´s working for you! Hopefully I will get some clear results soon too. Thanks a lot, all the best to you also!

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