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Leaky Gut Syndrome DiagnosisBy Matt Stone

Leaky Gut Syndrome is a silent cause of a wide range of maladies. But when the symptoms are so diverse and varying, overlapping with so many other conditions, it’s hard to know if you really have a leaky gut or not. After years of reading articles all over the internet, participating in various forums, consulting with many alternative health practitioners, and engulfing a slew of books by knowledgeable underground health gurus with a keen focus on digestion, I’ve been led to believe that it’s actually fairly easy and straightforward to properly diagnose yourself with leaky gut syndrome. Recently, I put together a helpful flowchart that simplifies the diagnosis.

Leaky Gut Syndrome Diagnosis Flowchart

Leaky Gut Dietary Guidelines

Avoid all starch, sugar, protein, salt, and fat. Take lots of probiotics. Do lots of coffee enemas. Drink two gallons of water per day.

Gut Dysbiosis Dietary Guidelines

Avoid all starch, sugar, protein, salt, and fat. Take lots of probiotics. Do lots of coffee enemas. Drink two gallons of water per day.

This flowchart can also be used to properly diagnose oneself with Lyme Disease, candida overgrowth, MTHFR deficiency, SIBO, 36 different autoimmune diseases, adrenal fatiguegluten sensitivity, and Histamine allergy. The dietary guidelines are useful against all of those conditions as well.