The slightest draft and you again caught a cold? Don’t worry; today, we will try to find the causes of our weakened immune system in the most unexpected places. We learn to restore the intestinal microflora, and thus strengthen the immune system and all of our health in general. After all, a healthy intestine is a key to a robust immune system.
It is somehow unusual to associate endless snot and cough with constipation, diarrhoea, or rumbling in the stomach. But doctors are categorical in that susceptibility to colds is often the body’s response to the condition of the intestines.
The fact is that the gastrointestinal microflora is a vital part of the human immune system. The worse living in the intestine necessary bacteria and microorganisms feel, and the smaller their population, the higher the problems in the toilet and the weaker the immune system. A healthy gut is equally a robust immune system in the first place, and only then proper digestion.
Previously, the intestinal microflora itself regulated its balance, supporting the body’s immune forces. But industrial progress has come, and the immune system has fallen. Mainly for a reason, that progress harmed the intestinal microflora.
Here are just a few reasons why the life of digestive bacteria becomes uncomfortable:
Symptoms of problems in the intestines can be not only constipation, flatulence or endless cold. Violations of full activity of microflora manifest themselves as food allergies, eczema, pimples and acne, of which you cannot get rid. Herpes, candidiasis (thrush), joint diseases also count.
It is essential not only to colonise the useful components in the intestine but also to feed them. For the bacteria to feel right at home, nutritionists advise to include in the diet:
We figured out that the relationship of a healthy gut and a robust immune system is apparent. And colonic irrigation will be useful for the destruction of toxins and harmful components.