3 Solutions to your Symptoms

Alright guys, I'm hitting you with the good stuff today.

Your bowel movements. They probably suck right?


All disease begins in the gut
— Hippocrates

What Is Gut Health And Why Does It Matter

Hippocrates was a smart dude. He knew the importance of gut health back in 400 BC that science is only just now confirming 2400 years later.

When your GI system is unhealthy, you often find an unbalance in the gut bacteria as well as a reduction in the integrity of the intestinal barrier. The repetitive breaching of the intestinal barrier by food toxins such as gluten and BPA (chemical found in plastics) leads to an inflammatory outbreak which affects a variety of body tissues and organs, resulting in a range of shitty symptoms.

Researchers have found that celiacs have high levels of zonulin in their GI system, a protein known to increase intestinal permeability.

So, we can all just about agree that no matter how strict you are, getting glutened happens. So how do we keep ourselves and our gut as healthy as possible despite the apparent wishes of the universe?

The best way is to eat as healthy as possible with as many fresh fruits and vegetables as we can stand. Since I'm a broke college student, sometimes I fall short of that goal.


Here are the 3 Supplements I take every day to make sure that I can keep kicking ass.

Vitamin D3

Everyone knows that Vitamin D is great for you. It plays a role in bone formation, brain function, and immune system function. Everyone also knows that the best way to get your daily dose of D is to spend some time outside. Unfortunately, that can't always happen so you may need to supplement.

Vitamin D deficiency leads to leaky gut syndrome by compromising the integrity of the mucosal barrier. With leaky gut syndrome being responsible for most of the symptoms that Celiac's suffer from, reversing leaky gut is incredibly important for the reduction of inflammation.

When inflammation does occur, Vitamin D moderates the immune response by downregulating T Cells and cytokines. Vitamin D is the bomb, that's why your mom told you to take that shit.

What I Use

I have taken Vitamin D supplements for years (as required by my own mom) and I noticed a HUGE difference when I started taking Onnit's Vitamin D3 Spray 3 months ago.

The vitamin D3 is mixed into MCT oil to help with absorption and transportation after consumption. Since you spray the Vitamin D3 beneath your tongue instead of eating a pill, you get a much higher rate of absorption helping you feel better sooner.

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L - Glutamine is one of the cheapest and most effective dietary supplements on the market today. Used for decades by bodybuilders to promote muscle recovery, glutamine also has a myriad of beneficial effects on the digestive system.

Glutamine is an amino acid with a lot of scientific research behind it. It benefits your intestines by preventing apoptosis (cellular death) of your intestinal lining, enhancing the gut barrier, and fighting against bad gut flora. The best way to improve your health is to start with your leaky gut. This is how.


Most researchers have found that glutamine's beneficial effects peak between 20 and 40 g a day. When you first start taking glutamine, make sure you work your way up to your final dosage over 2 weeks.

What I Use

When it comes to glutamine, you can really go with any trusted brand. I usually take Optimum Nutrition's glutamine product because it's easy, cheap and in powder form.

That reminds me, only get glutamine powder. You'd be taking way too many pills a day if you wanted to meet the recommended glutamine intake.  

If you want to check out Optimum Nutrition's glutamine, you can find the link here.



Last but not least, probiotics have changed my life. The right kinds of bacteria in the gut play a huge role in the digestion and absorption of nutrients from our food. Celiacs, especially those with recurring symptoms, have been proven to have fewer probiotics in their gut, leading to bloating and gassiness.

It’s probably also the beer.

Probiotics work by making sure that the "good" bacteria and "bad" bacteria in the gut are properly balanced to help move food along the digestive tract and properly break down food.

Research has shown that your gut is 80% of your immune system and produces 90% of your body’s supply of serotonin (a neurotransmitter that makes you happy). With such an important role to play in our wellbeing, make sure you don't skimp on your gut health.

What I Use

Onnit's Total Gut Health probiotics are my go to when it comes to probiotics. I have found that a lot of probiotics are derived from dairy products, and I'm dairy intolerant. Onnit's Probiotic, on the other hand, is gluten and dairy-free.

If you want to check out the Total Gut Health Probiotic and save yourself 10%, you can head there through my affiliate link here.

These supplements helped change my life and they can help change yours too. 

Remember, your gut will make or break you. Get yourself healthy so you can kick ass.