If you experience constant fatigue, bloating, constipation, or diarrhea, you may be suffering from leaky gut syndrome!
Dr. Kara’s recent campaign aims to raise awareness of the possible effects of a leaky gut on adult energy levels. He explains the connection between the gut microbiome and overall health.
Dr. Kara’s campaign focuses on diarrhea, chronic fatigue, bloating and nutritional deficiencies as possible signs of leaky gut syndrome. He suggests that adults in their thirties take a preventive and patient-led approach to healthcare.
Leaky gut syndrome is caused by poor diet, stress, and an overgrowth of gut bacteria, leading to inflammation and increased intestinal permeability (IP). The gut walls are semi-permeable; they absorb water and nutrients from food into the bloodstream. However, larger and potentially toxic molecules also “leak” into the bloodstream with increased permeability.
Dr. Kara explains that bacteria and toxins trigger the body’s immune response when they enter the bloodstream. Cytokines are part of the body’s response to toxins and inflammation; they induce many behavioral changes, and fatigue is the most common. Fatigue is also a result of the body’s reduced ability for digestion.
If you’re in your thirties, the internist advises that you implement some lifestyle changes to help boost your natural energy levels and reduce the risk of disease. He promotes a healthy diet and natural dietary supplements like probiotics and prebiotics.
Probiotics are microorganisms beneficial to the digestive system, while prebiotics are fibrous compounds that the probiotics feed on. Probiotics leave behind beneficial waste products known as postbiotics — they contain nutrients vital for gut health and immunity.
About Dr. M. Kara
Dr. Kara is an internal medicine practitioner and founder of KaraMD — a US-based health and wellness brand concerned with producing natural remedies for digestive conditions, heart conditions, and more.
The physician is an expert in how herbal remedies affect human health. His valued insights and products have been featured in Forbes, Healthline, Authority Magazine, and other publications concerned with health and wellness.
Dr. Kara says in his campaign, “Good nutrition is at the heart of well-being. Learn how to take your health into your hands.”
If you’re in your thirties, this campaign is especially for you!
✝✝This noted statement is based on independent research and is not necessarily the opinion of the author