Dysbiosis is a term used to describe an imbalance in the gastrointestinal tract including your stomach and your intestines other wise known as the gut. Dysbiosis can show up in different ways including leaky gut, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and ulcers.
What causes dysbiosis:
Dysbiosis occurs when cracks or holes develop in the lining of the intestinal tract. These holes allow toxins and unwanted particles to enter into your blood stream and weaken your immune system. If you have leaky gut, it is important to follow an approach that addresses the key layers of a healthy gut. Cracks and holes can develop in the lining of your intestinal tract typically because of the following reasons:
What are the symptoms of dysbiosis:
The symptoms of dysbiosis depend on where the bacteria imbalance develops. The symptoms may also vary based on the types of bacteria that are out of balance. Common symptoms include:
Diagnosing dysbiosis is a process that can include:
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