Gut Healing Protocol




Your intestines are home to a great deal of your digestive system, nervous system, and immune system. Here’s how to keep them healthy.

You Are not What you eat , you are what you absorb.

For most people eating processed or fast food is life , but they have no idea what are they dealing with because they are enjoying the taste of that junk food.

Real food is healthy life, Real food means Organic stuff.

Don’t destroy your gut health , because gut is responsible for your overall health.

I’m going to explain some  food names those damage gut lining.





Hydrogenated Oils And Fast Food


Now the healing protocol

Foods that are good for healing are as

Probiotic rich foods like yogurt , kefir , kimchi .



Enzyme rich foods like Pineapples , papaya .


Supplementing Protocol

Slippery Elm

Slippery elm is a tree. The inner bark (not the whole bark) is used as medicine. People take slippery elm for coughs, sore throat, colic, diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

 Deglycyrrhizinated licorice(Dgl)

Deglycyrrhizinated licorice version has the substantial parts of glycyrrhizin removed, therefore is a safer option for long-term use if needed. One main reason of  dgl is for gastrointestinal issues.


Glutamine heals the intestinal lining more than any other nutrient, says Lipski. She recommends taking 10 to 20 grams daily.

Digestive enzymes

The villi and microvilli projections are covered with digestive enzymes that your body needs to break food into component parts: carbs, fats, and proteins. In a leaky gut, enzyme support is crucial to healing and rebuilding villi, says Sult.


 High-intensity probiotic support rejuvenates and replenishes a microbiome damaged by antibiotics or a poor diet. Sult recommends a high-potency probiotic of at least 50 billion active cultures twice daily.

Fish oil

The gut uses them to calm inflammation and rebuild healthy cell walls. In animal studies, adding essential fatty acids improved the tight junctions between the gut lining’s cells and enabled the gut to fend off additional injury.






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