It, together with bifido- and lactobacilli, prevent its reproduction. E. coli also participates in cholesterol metabolism, metabolism of fatty acids. Besides, it assists in the absorption of iron and calcium. Moreover, it promotes the hydrolysis of lactose. It produces B vitamins and produces antibiotic-like substances that prohibit the growth of pathogenic E. coli.
Colonic hydrotherapy treatment is necessary for the normal functioning of the digestive tract. The intestinal bow appears in the intestine from the first days of life. The amount of E. coli with regular enzymatic activity throughout life should remain at the level of 107 108 CFU / g. However, if there are deviations from this value in the stool analysis, this is a sign of dysbiosis.
Intestinal bacillus with reduced enzymatic activity (lactose-negative) is a sign of beginning dysbacteriosis and an indirect sign of the possible presence of intestinal worms or protozoa. Exceeding its level of 105 causes infections of the urinary tract, abdominal cavity, intestine and upper respiratory tract.