Leaky Gut Syndrome Diet Plan - Plus Awesome Recipe!

Discover the proper leaky gut syndrome diet plan. Here are some tips & hints for creating a good leaky gut diet plan. Simple recipe for leaky gut included here.
By: Samuel Hutch
APPLE VALLEY, Calif. - March 14, 2013 - PRLog -- Establishing the proper leaky gut syndrome diet plan is crucial for long-term healing and recovery from this God awful condition.  I used to think that taking the right combination of supplements would be enough to remedy the problem, and boy was I wrong!

Fortunately, I stumbled across a downloadable guidebook that contains detailed leaky gut diet plan, healing guidelines, lifestyle tips, supplementation, etc. The strategies outlined in the book helped me recover completely, though the process did require some discipline and time as it took a few months for me to notice the results.

I’m sure the guidebook would be much help to you as well, so try checking it out via the link you see here.


Alright now, when it comes to putting together the right leaky gut syndrome diet plan, the first thing you should do is eliminate some food items from your daily diet. The following food items aren’t good for folks with leaky gut condition so ensure you cross them out.

1) White flour, sugar, processed and refined carbohydrates such as candies, pastries and cookies.
2) Soy and vegetable oil.
3) Fats and oils that have been hydrogenated.
4) Milk products that are made of pasteurized cow’s milk.
5) Regular white table salt.
6) Artificial Sweeteners as well as processed foods.

Now, I’m well aware that salt is essential to our daily diet because without it, our body won’t be able to function in an optimal fashion, plus our meals taste so much better with salt!

No worries however, we leaky gut sufferers (or in my case former sufferer) can use other healthy substitutes in the form of Himalayan salt or Celtic sea salt. I often use the latter, fine ground 16 ounce for around 10 bucks per pack. The taste is top notch and it’s packed with health boosting minerals.

What you should eat on a daily basis…

Protein rich foods are a must. Don’t go overboard though. Eat them moderately, around say 3 oz for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Try to eat something every 3 hours. Frequent eating is important. You don’t have to prepare something fancy every 3 hours. For example, you can try eating healthy chicken broth soup using ingredients such as organic chicken and organic apple cider vinegar, homemade yogurt made of unhomogenised milk, roasted veggies with a serving of grilled fish.

And speaking of veggies, try to eat plenty of those leafy green ones. Also try broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, and you cook them well done. Why our vegetable dishes should be cooked well done? Well, that’s because you want them to be totally digestible. Fully digestible foods are good for leaky gut sufferers!

Any vegetable that should be eliminated from the leaky gut diet plan? That would be white potatoes and red skinned potatoes, for the first two or three weeks at least.

Recipe for Leaky Gut

Banana Blueberry Smoothie

You’ll need 1 banana, 1 cup of blueberries, 1 cup of yogurt, 1 tablespoon full of almond butter, a handful of spinach, a bit of water for blending the mixture.

Directions: Just put everything in the blender or food processor, and blend away. This is my favorite breakfast recipe for leaky gut because it’s so simple yet very tasty. You might want to enjoy this healthy smoothie with some soft-boiled eggs!

Interested in obtaining a highly comprehensive leaky gut syndrome diet plan, along with info on metabolic typing, leaky gut recovery lifestyle factors, food rotation instructions, plus a whole lot more highly effective hints, tips, and suggestions? If yes, follow the link below for details on the leaky gut healing downloadable guidebook.


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