A well balanced, healthy intestinal gut flora is the basis for a healthy digestion and our general wellbeing. Bacteria in our gut flora digest dietary fibre and polyphenols, help to absorb minerals and produce vitamins, short-chain fatty acids and amino acids in our intestines.
Intestinal gut bacteria are also of key importance for our immune system: They regulate the homeostasis of our immune system, can destroy toxins and protect against intestinal infections by pathogens. That´s why probiotic gut bacteria can be key for preventing or treating gut flora related health issues.
What are Probiotics?
Probiotics (from Latin “for” and Greek “life”) are preparations containing living or viable microorganisms. Probiotics usually consist of bacteria or products thereof. By consuming probiotic bacteria and fermented foods you can restore a disbalanced or damaged gut flora and greatly improve your specific gut flora related health issue.
Probiotic bacteria from probiotic products and fermented foods are able to colonise your gut, can change the composition of your gut flora sustainably, and can reconstitute a disbalanced or damaged gut flora.
Probiotics can colonise the gut
The fact that probiotic bacteria can colonise the gut and change the composition of your gut flora has been shown in many clinical studies. When people consume a probiotic for a while, exactly this probiotic bacteria strain can be detected in the stool of these people afterwards, even after discontinuing taking it.
Numerous studies have shown that the composition of your gut flora can be positively influenced by consuming probiotic bacteria and fermented foods. Each gut flora related health issue needs specific probiotic bacteria strains to improve. Those most widely studied are the genera Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli.
Probiotics can greatly improve your specific health issue
The choice of the appropriate probiotic is a central aspect of rebuilding your gut flora. Different probiotic strains are able to improve different gut flora related health issues.
According to clinical trials, certain probiotic strains have shown substantial beneficial effects in the treatment of gut flora related health issues like excessive bloating, chronic constipation, chronic diarrhoea, lactose intolerance and in other intestinal diseases like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and leaky gut syndrome.
Furthermore, it is known that reoccurring vaginal or urinary tract infections can be positively influenced by specific probiotic bacteria. The same is true for allergies, reoccurring headaches or migraine, which can also be related to a disbalanced or damaged gut flora.
Exactly those specific probiotic bacteria strains – that improved symptoms in patients with a given gut flora related health issue in clinical trials – are used in each individual 30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM.