The intestine is not only an organ that digests food. Besides, the bacteria that inhabit it play an indispensable role in protecting the body against infections. Moreover, the human immune system is 70% dependent on probiotics in the large intestine population. We also want to tell you what factors affect the intestinal microflora to maintain its balance and strengthen the body’s defences.
The intestinal microflora consists of various microorganisms living in the human gastrointestinal tract. So, most of them are bacteria of the large intestine, represented mainly by bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. Microorganisms-probiotics are essential for human health. They perform many functions necessary to ensure the healthy functioning of the body.
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The main ones are the following:
There are also pathogenic or conditionally pathogenic microorganisms in the intestine, usually suppressed by friendly bacteria.
However, many factors associated with man’s daily existence, habits, environment, diseases, and medications can adversely affect the intestinal microflora, disrupting its balance.
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Beneficial microflora of the gut spoils from such unfavourable factors as:
Meanwhile, gastroenterologists consider proper nutrition as the primary condition for maintaining intestinal microflora balance.
An essential component of the diet, which helps maintain the population of probiotics in a healthy state, are fermented milk products of reduced fat content: kefir, yoghurt, fermented milk, yoghurt. To sum up, intestinal microflora is an essential component of health. Colonic irrigation also helps restore the microflora balance.
For instance, the intestine is an organ that digests food. In conclusion, beneficial microflora plays an indispensable role in protecting the body.