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Leaky Gut Syndrome, Making Divorce Easier For Your Children and Minimizing Misunderstandings in Relationships :Top SHAREs of the Week

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Our community shared some great blogs and health articles this week! Our readers discussed important topics including Leaky Gut Syndrome and how to treat it with a natural approach, and tips on making a divorce easier on your children.

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Here are our top SHAREs of the week.

1. How to make your divorce easier on the children

From the blog: "This situation and how you handle it will affect your children's lives way beyond childhood. It is the early experiences that mould their character and shape their perception of the world around them." Read the full post here.

2. A Guide to Leaky Gut Syndrome and How to Heal It Naturally

From the blog: "Leaky gut syndrome is believed to be the result of damage to your intestinal lining, which makes it less capable of protecting your body’s internal environment and filtering vital nutrients and other biological substances – both good and bad. When the small intestine is not bound by tight junctions, antigens and other biological substances from undigested proteins and fats to bacteria can pass (or “leak”) through it and into your bloodstream." Read the full post here.

3. Eye to Eye With Your Doctor

From the blog: "The day you show up at the doctor’s office the administrator or nurse take over, handing you a pile of papers with lists of questions. Your job is to fill in the medical facts about your past and present state of health.

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