Leaky Gut and Inflammatory Conditions

Some foods have a bad effect on your intestine and actually damage the tissue lining. Certain foods contain FOOD TOXINS - which create inflammation amongst other damage.

The good news is - moving to a LOW-TOXIN DIET means you can heal without drugs - because you remove the cause.


First Signs Can Be Allergies, Chronic Fatigue or Headache

Chronic fatigue or lethargy - when you have no energy at all - can be one of the very first signs you are reacting badly to food toxins. Another telltale sign is frequent headaches or migraine.

Yet another is years of allergies and hay fever - an extremely common condition. This is chronic inflammation.

There can also be arthritis or chronic eczema. Food toxins cause mischief in the body. And the very first consequence is inflammation - in almost any part of the body.

If you do suffer from any of these conditions - consider moving to a low toxin diet.


Chronic inflammatory disease discussed in Video


Food toxins are powerful!



It is really worthwhile to learn about food toxins The trouble starts as tissue damage in the small intestine. But it leads to dozens of symptoms and sicknesses - especially inflammatory conditions.

Most doctors recognise 'Leaky Gut Syndrome' as a collection of symptoms - but they have no real understanding of why it happens. So all they offer is temporary symptom relief - medication.

  • However - clinical studies now show Leaky Gut is usually the result of food toxins. But  - when the food toxins are avoided - the body heals itself without drugs



Illnesses caused by food toxins

How many people suffering from any of these (in any combination) have read about food toxins? 

    • Aching legs, back ache or arthritis
    • Family history of arthritis
    • Respiratory difficulty, asthma or chronic cough
    • Allergies and hay fever
    • Frequent or regular headaches
    • Frequent infections like colds and 'flu
    • Weekly or daily bloating and gas
    • Irritable Bowel (alternating bouts of diarrhea and constipation)
    • Mouth ulcers
    • Food cravings, irritability
    • Anxiety or panic attacks
    • Eczema or itchy rashes
    • Psoriasis
    • Iron deficiency (anaemia)
    • Osteoporosis - bone density loss
    • Behavioural problems in children
    • Mood swings or depression
    • Chronic tiredness or lethargy
    • Recurring fungal (yeast) infections like candida or tinea
    • Family history of colitis or Crohn's disease
    • Family history of heart disease
    • Family history of diabetes type 1 or 2
    • Being somewhat overweight - or underweight
    • Difficulty conceiving a child or miscarriage


Could you be affected?

If left unattended symptoms usually develop further and can lead to more serious disease.

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins




All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals