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A leaky gut worst outcome: Endotoxemia
Endotoxemia happens when toxic byproducts from harmful gut bacteria escape through a leaky gut wall into the bloodstream. Here, they trigger significant inflammation throughout the body. Endotoxemia is linked with major depressive disorder, autoimmunity, joint disease, skin problems, and aging poorly. In fact, one thing people who live to 100 have in common is low levels of endotoxemia. Research also shows people with endotoxemia have a lower chance of surviving a critical illness or sepsis. In this talk, Dr. Kharrazian talks about the factors that cause endotoxemia, why it is considered the most severe form of leaky gut, and strategies for recovery. A Q&A with viewers follows.(Facebook-Live-12-17-2020)