Intestinal Impermeability in PLAIN English ( With pictures)

Are you more of a reader then a listener? Or do you not have the time to watch the webinar mentioned in the last post? EVEN if it’s RECORDED. If that’s the case, check out the VERY LONG narrative here.

http://solvingleakygut.com

If after that. You want an audio webinar. And you don’t attend today’s webinar. You can ALWAYS sign up for their. 2 hr FREE video accessible at ANY TIME.

Hope this helps you find causes to some of your challenges!

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    Your Disability Advocate,

    Alexandrea

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  4. Thanks, for telling me. I don’t allow website links. In my comments. Especially if the post has one or the link is too unrelated content to the post. I’m only allowed one link per post as well. Including in it’s comments.

    About my posts. I’m glad you like them all. I wonder sometimes which people like. Or if anyone doesn’t like any, and if so, which and why. So thanks for sharing. As you can see, Aspies aren’t so keen on commenting. Even if they like stuff. Or have stuff, to say.

    The Disability Advocate,

    Alexandrea

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  6. I’m glad you liked this post. Many of the free online conferences address this that I’ve posted about. This is very much a leaky gut. And caused buy Gluten intolerance (most likely), wheat allergy (rarely) and celiac disease (very occasionally). I do speak about this more in some posts that you can find in the archive sections of my sensorysolutions1.com blog. I put this post on this blog. Mostly to show support that people without ASD (Autism Spectrum), PSD (Processing Sensory Disorder), and ADHD. Get this too.

    For example those with autoimmune conditions (Mostly whom are women at the moment), Pyroluria, and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) are likely, to excellent candidates for it.

    I personally address this more on my sensory blog. I encourage you to visit it.

    Thanks!

    The Disability Advocate,

    Alexandrea

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    So, how’d I do? Does that sound about right? Regardless, thanks for the comment and encouragement. Buy the way, I have a name! It’s Alexandrea! What’s yours?

    The Disability Advocate,

    Alexandrea Van Der Tuin

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  11. I seriously edited the comment below, before accepting it. I left some of the mistakes so, you could see more of the person who submitted it’s presentation. The rest of this persons comment is nearly identical to someone else’s for this post. Although I appreciate the support. I appreciate far more however, original comments. From people who KNOW how to post. And follow rules already laid out.

    A post can be meant to complement. But, it defiantly doesn’t have to be. It could also, discuss for example, how the post positively helped them. Or something perhaps they didn’t know that they found interesting or pointing out something related to one of there own experiences. And the poster briefly, and appropriately, states it.

    I’m deleting all future comments that are copy cats of others or that most of the time, won’t follow the rules. Depending partly, on who seams to be commenting, if not entirely.

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  13. I’m glad you found it very helpful! If you need for yourself, or anyone else. More help with intestinal permeability, digestion, or a huge number of other issues (Some of which, aren’t in the intestines. But still related believe it or not.For example, brain fog.) I highly recommend you sign up for the digestion sessions (A free online conference) via my registration link, which is in my “Who would travel the country for you.” post on my second page of this blog. It’s completely free, and if enough of my readers sign up under me. That would best encourage me to address this more. I’m not a doctor, many of the presenters part of the Digestion Sessions, are. It includes cooking classes too! However, if you have sensory issues (I have an entire other sensory blog addressing these concerns, including digestion along with sensory issues) you may not find the cooking classes that helpful. If you do sign up, then please encourage others to as well via the same registration link. Once it’s over, it’s no longer free. And for free you can only access certain videos or slide shows on certain days. The Digestion Sessions started today. So sign up today, to not miss out out any possible speakers, cooking classes/ slide shows!

    The Disability Advocate,

    Alexandrea

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    As for your question if you e-mail it to DisabilityAdvocate1@mail.com, I’ll happily reply. If you want a more specific reply that maybe the most relevant to you. Tell me more about yourself first. Like, are you an NT? For example. Have ADHd? Ect.

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    The Disability Advocate,
    Alexandrea

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    The Disability Advocate,

    Alexandrea Van Der Tuin

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    The Disability Advocate,

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