One Cause, Many Ailments: The Leaky Gut Syndrome What It Is And How It May Be Affecting Your Health
John Pagano, Leaky Gut Syndrome Book
AVAILABLE AT AMAZON.COM
"It's an odd name, we've all heard of a broken leg, a bleeding ulcer, a ruptured appendix, a torn ligament - but a leaky gut? Although it has been known in the field of gastroenterology the Leaky Gut Syndrome seems like one of the best-kept secrets."

What is it that arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, celiac disease, psoriasis, eczema, diabetes, lupus, as well as many other diseases, have in common?

At first glance they appear to be totally unrelated, yet they may very well be linked by a common denominator: the Leaky Gut Syndrome (LGS), or intestinal permeability.
 
The good news, Pagano states, is that this condition can be alleviated and in many cases completely healed. Once the underlying cause of a problem is recognized, one can proceed to correct the situation in an intelligent and reasonable manner. Dr. Pagano has done just that!

Some of the chapters are:
  • The Anatomy of the Disease
  • Causes of LGS
  • What to do about it
  • The Spinal Connection
  • The Long Arm of LGS
  • Nutritional and Therapeutic Considerations
  • The Yeast/Fungal Overgrowth Candida Albicans
  • Dietary and Nutritional Considerations
  • Psoriasis and Eczema
"I'm currently reading One Cause, Many Ailments, and am learning a lot. I think it's a wonderful, helpful resource for a world that's suffering unnecessarily from the belief that ailments could only originate in the part of the body that feels them. You're very effectively making the point that this is not so!"

Simone Gabbay,
Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner
Author of "Nourishing the Body Temple"
 
 

 
 

Disclaimer: The author emphasizes that these books are reports of results obtained in cases of Psoriasis and Eczema and the procedure by which they were accomplished. It is not to be viewed as a guide to self diagnosis or self treatment. Consultation with your personal physician is essential when embarking on a new approach to this or any other disease.