Intestinal Permeability

Last Updated: March 14 2022

Intestinal permeability refers to how well the intestine regulates what enters our bloodstream, especially when it comes to preventing pathogenic microbes and toxic by-products. When the gut is letting too much through, it's sometimes called a leaky gut.

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