Keep it Real TV Episode 3

Video by Dr. Chad Larson

In episode 3 of his video series, Dr. Larson discusses: 

  • With flu season fast approaching there is an aspect of immune system that you may not be aware of: Chronic Immune Activation (CIA)
  • How chronic immune activation can make you more vulnerable to other pathogens
  • Why the same virus affects people differently
  • The relationship between viral susceptibility and Chronic Immune Activation
  • How CIA is caused by inflammatory markers, traced backed to leaky gut and a breakdown of the intestinal barrier system
  • Why the health of your GI tract is absolutely vital for the immune system and rest of the body
  • How imbalance of gut bacteria, stress, alcohol, ibuprofen, and gluten break down the gut barrier and cause Leaky Gut
  • Why the holiday time leaves people susceptible to the Flu and vulnerable for the Flu Season

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