Your intestinal lining is only one cell thick - it’s a the width of a human hair .
That’s great for absorbing nutrients from your food, but if you get imbalances in your intestines, they create inflammation; when you get this, the intestines stop doing its job properly.
It allows undigested food particles and other wastes and toxins to get into the blood. It then triggers an immune response and creates antibodies to the food - which is why you may find you’re having food intolerances and low energy after eating.
Ant I truly believe that a compromised intestinal lining is what’s creating the inflammation showing in all different areas of the body; you also have an immune response to deal with the toxins that’s inside your body.
Then, you get inflammation showing in your blood and your blood gets all around your body in 3 seconds - and you can have inflammation showing in different areas of your body - This is why your gut health is so important!