Clean up your leaky gut with LGZG

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This natural remedy reverses gut inflammation and cleans out toxins

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Clean up your leaky gut with LGZG

Obesity and other metabolic issues are usually precipitated by gut problems.

For a number of reasons, gut bacteria can become problematic, with toxic bacterial overgrowth leaking into the rest of the body. 

These bacteria cause inflammation, which can lead to obesity, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes.

Researchers call this metabolic endotoxemia – they classify the bad bacteria as endotoxins.

There are many things that can negatively or positively affect the balance of gut bacteria – and a leaky gut is one of the negative factors.

In traditional Chinese medicine, there is a common remedy called Linggui Zhugan. 

It is used to treat obesity and other metabolic problems.

Animal research shows that this remedy works by improving the health of the gut and decreasing metabolic endotoxemia.

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These mouse experiments took place at the Guang’anmen Hospital, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China. The journal Frontiers in Physiology published the results.

Linggui Zhugan (LGZG) is a Chinese remedy consisting of four different herbs.

“LGZG contains four herbs: Fuling (Poria), Guizhi (Ramulus Cinnamomi), Baizhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae), and Gancao (Radix Glycyrrhizae).”

A number of human studies have shown that it can treat obesity in humans. 

But researchers are not sure how it works.

“Despite increasing evidence from studies in humans showing that LGZG is effective in reducing the body weight of individuals with obesity or metabolic syndrome, its underlying mechanisms remain largely unclear.”

We know that metabolic problems are usually closely related to changes in gut bacteria.

“It is generally accepted that a strong relationship exists between the gut microbiota composition and specific metabolic disorders, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes.”

The researchers devised some animal experiments to look at the effect of LGZG on the gut.

“We evaluated the effects of LGZG on body weight, glycemic control, lipid levels, and gut microbiota in high-fat diet-induced diabetic mice.”

Lab mice were fed a high-fat diet until they developed type 2 diabetes.

The diabetic mice were then supplemented with the remedy LGZG for 8 weeks.

“High-fat diet-induced diabetic mice were subjected to an 8-week protocol of LGZG administration.”

The researchers tracked changes in metabolic parameters over the course of the study. 

They also looked at the changes in bacteria in the digestive systems of the mice.

And there were several positive results with LGZG.

When diabetic mice were given the herbal remedy they shed body fat.

“LGZG administration significantly reduced body weight and body fat mass in diabetic mice.”

Blood sugar and lipids improved when the sick mice were treated with LGZG.

“Compared with the high-fat diet control group, LGZG favorably influenced blood glucose control, decreased blood glucose levels, and increased glucose tolerance, accompanied by an improvement in lipid metabolism.”

Those results were in agreement with previous human and animal studies.

The high-fat diet changed gut bacteria – as is usually seen in people with diabetes or other metabolic problems.

“Composition and relative abundance of bacteria different between most fed high-fat diet or normal chow.”

The research also proved that LGZG changes gut bacteria in a manner that could improve metabolic problems.

“LGZG supplementation altered the general community structure of gut microbiota.”

The high-fat diet changed gut bacteria, causing diabetes. LGZG changed bacteria again, leading to significant improvements.

LGZG helped fight obesity and insulin resistance

And it seems to work by improving gut health.

“LGZG effectively controlled obesity and relieved insulin resistance, which may be closely related to its impact on gut microbiota.”

LGZG is just one of a number of natural treatments that can improve gut health and metabolic problems.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating any health related problems.

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Linggui Zhugan Formula Improves Glucose and Lipid Levels and Alters Gut Microbiota in High-Fat Diet-Induced Diabetic Mice