Lectins Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease | Dr Hagmeyer Video





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Published on Jun 14, 2013

http://www.drhagmeyer.com/ In this video, Dr Hagmeyer explains how Lectins contribute to Inflammation and autoimmune disease. He also explains the foods that contain the highest concentration of Lectins and the role they play in leaky gut.
Many food lectins can interact with and damage the delicate lining of the small intestine and lead to a "leaky gut" via inflammation of the microvili (the finger like projections of the intestinal cell that increase surface area). certain microbes can accomplish the same task (creating inflammation) due to lectins they contain as well. The small intestinal microvilli also can bring these food lectins into the bloodstream via a process called endocytosis, which is a way of transporting nutrients and other items from the intestinal lumen into the blood stream

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