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Suffering from leaky gut syndrome, want to keep my toddler under strict diet with eliminating wheat and milk products. Is it advisable?

hi am I really speaking to someone live I need some questions answered about Leaky gut syndrome . I struggle to make my 3 year olds diet strict enough but I get a lot of fight from her dad and grandma. I wonder if there is some research that I can show them that will convence them of the need to keep her diet strict. I have taken out wheat from her diet and gave her rice bread but found she didn t do well with that. I think I also need to take out milk products. I wondered if Motzerella cheese would be ok. thanks
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Thanks for the query

Leaky gut syndrome is a proposed condition of an altered or damaged bowel lining. The term is used by some alternative medicine practitioners, but the syndrome is not a recognized diagnosis.
Remember it is just proposed condition, not clinically proven.
3 year old child needs more care and love than diet.
Consult a genuine gastroenterologist and confirm.

Dr. Anand
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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