The unrelenting surplus of excess sugars; unsprouted, hybridized grains; and other nutritionally bankrupt, processed foods in the standard American diet has simply devastated the gut.
Of particular concern is gluten, which evidence increasingly points to as a prime driver of leaky gut syndrome. When foods with gluten are consumed, the body undergoes an inflammatory response and eventually releases the protein — zonulin — that unlocks the epithelial tight junctions and keeps the gates of the gut wide open as long as it circulates in the blood.
The biggest problem is that foods with gluten hide right in plain sight, often going overlooked and even something being promoted as healthy food options.
In reality, foods that contain gluten damage the gut and can cause even further problems, particularly for people with gluten sensitivity. So what’s the deal with gluten, what are these foods with gluten we should avoid and what role does zonulin play in gluten’s negative side effects? Let’s find out.
Foods with Gluten Hiding Inside
The amount of gluten found in wheat has doubled in recent years, thanks to those hybridized crops. Gluten is also added as a filler and binding agent to many processed foods, including:
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