I don't know about this list above.
I have leaky gut real bad, as I mentioned before, the intestinql pain/raw feeling was so bad that at some time, I could hardly walk--the pain was too much to bear when I walked.
I know that a food is bad for my leaky gut if, when I eat it, it increases the intestinal pain/raw feeling and gives me lots of gas and bloating; while I agree with the ''no wheat, no dairy'' thing, I observed that rice on the contrary has a soothing effect on the gut.
In fact, it is well known that if you have diarrhea, rice will stop it and soothe your gut quickly, so how could it be bad for leaky gut, I can't see why unless you eat huge quantities of it and thus feed parasites and candida.
millet is no problem for me and COOKED squash does not stir my gut either.
What I cannot tolerate because it gives me the runs and intestinal pain is anything RAW/high in fiber--most fruit or veggies. I tolerate some fruit and most veggies ok if they are cooked. Some veggies, even cooked, are known to give gas--cabbage, beans--and create a lot of discomfort or pain, so stay away from them if you have leaky gut.
A lot of the advice you find on the net about leaky gut has clearly been written by guys who did not suffer from this problem themselves--advOcating lots of fruit foR people having major gas and Frequent diarthea is obviously absurd.
I wish candida/leaky gut was finally recognized as a real disease and scientifically/experimentally studied so that we would have fact based advice at our disposal instead of these notions created by NDs more interested in elaborating fancy theories and selling you sups than observing patients real symptoms and reactions.