Good Bacteria you Need for a Healthy Immune System
Most people are aware of the types of things that humans need to do in daily life to
remain healthy. Eating right, exercise, sleeping regularly, and having proper elimination
are just a few of the activities that come to mind, but what if there was another important
level that very few think about? There is a tiny yet expansive world inside each person
populated by bacteria that have a powerful impact on human health, vitality, and
longevity. These tiny organisms help us to live by making processes inside our bodies
possible, and they are often divided into two main groups.
These bacteria are generally helpful because they are responsible for many of the processing functions. When children are made, they receive them from their mother.
Some of these bacteria such as Lactobacillus Acidophilus, are related to breaking down
sugars into lactic acid. Lactic acid is one substance made in the body that is helpful in the fight against harmful strains of bacteria. There is also evidence that suggests that there are a few disorders that can be caused by a lack of these bacterial populations.
Modern advances have brought us the marvelous advancements in medicine with
antibiotics, but studies have shown that antibiotics tend to have a harmful effect on the
good or helpful populations of gut flora, so it might be necessary to supplement the
bacteria by ingesting alternate sources of Lactobacillus.
What can you do to combat these losses?
Many of these helpful strains can be found in foods such as yogurt, kefir and other fermented food types. There are also a number of pill based probiotic solutions available. Click here for the one I recommend.
Scientists now believe that over 3/4 of our immune system is kept in our intestinal tract,
with over 500 species of bacteria in the mix. With such a large population of bacteria
living in us, it should be of little surprise that we depend on them so heavily for the
various functions they serve on a daily basis. Many Bifido bacteria reside within the
colon and large intestine. These bacteria play a heavy role in controlling elimination,
aiding in digestion, and even have the ability to repair damage from carcinogenic
sources in the body. SO COOL RIGHT?!
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