Benefits of intestinal microflora


Intestinal activity is the first step to health without malfunction. What are the benefits of intestinal microflora?

Supports immunity and anti-aging: The key benefit of intestinal microflora

About 70% of your immune cells reside in your gut. Therefore, regulating the intestinal environment is the first condition for creating a “disease-resistant body.”
When the intestinal environment deteriorates, immune cells do not work well, and allergies are more likely to occur. We know that the intestines of patients with inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease have fewer intestinal bacteria that produce butyric acid.

In addition, the intestinal microflora plays an important role not only in terms of health but also in terms of beauty. Nutrients absorbed from the intestine make collagen and natural moisturizing factors that make up the skin. Bacteria in the intestinal microflora also produce vitamins that humans (humans) cannot make. They play roles in skin beautification and anti-aging.

It calms the mind and relieves stress.

Intestinal bacteria produce substances that act on the nerves, such as serotonin, dopamine, and GABA. Serotonin and dopamine are hormones to make you feel happy. GABA calms down the excitement of the brain. The gut and brain link with each other more closely than we usually think. (gut-brain correlation).

Conversely, when disturbances in the intestinal environment are transmitted to the brain, it tends to affect brain activity. It may increase anxiety and reduce stress tolerance. Experiments with mice report that anxiety decreases when good bacteria colonize the intestines.

Eliminates constipation, a major enemy of healthy skin: Beauty key of the benefits of intestinal microflora

A healthy intestinal microflora promotes intestinal peristalsis and relieves constipation. We know that constipation have various adverse effects on the body, and waste products accumulate in the intestines as food decomposes. These harmful substances are then absorbed into the blood from the intestines and spread throughout the body. It affects the skin and leads to rough skin. In other words, regulating the intestinal environment and relieving constipation leads to healthy skin.

What is the “large intestine barrier” that protects the body from viruses?

Here is another key in the benefits of intestinal microflora. As mentioned above, if constipation continues, there is a risk that harmful substances accumulate in the intestines from waste products and permeate into the blood. Therefore, you should focus on the “large intestine barrier.”

The large intestine barrier is a function that protects the body from viruses, harmful bacteria, substances, etc. It works by covering the wall of the large intestine with a thick mucus layer. Butyric acid, produced by butyric bacteria, promotes mucus production. This system is taking attention as a future intestinal activity. Since few ingredients contain butyric acid bacteria, supplements and antiflatulents are recommended as options.

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