Quels compléments alimentaires contre la perméabilité intestinale ?

Par Juliette Pouyat - Journaliste scientifique Publié le 14/03/2016 Mis à jour le 01/06/2021 Edition Abonné
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Pourquoi il faut favoriser la fonction barrière de l’intestin et les substances naturelles qui le permettent, d’après les études scientifiques.

La fonction barrière de l’intestin est liée à l’équilibre délicat entre la nécessité pour l’intestin de reconnaître les parasites et les toxines et de les empêcher de passer dans le sang, et la nécessité tout aussi impérieuse de tolérer les bactéries « amies » qui l’aident à accomplir ses tâches. La muqueuse de l’...

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