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Paradigm 3: Intestinal dysbiosis


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Erroneous paradigms *** 12 *** Modern Medicine
Paradigm 3: Intestinal dysbiosis

It is assumed that 80% of our contact with the outside world is place in the intestine. This is definitely underrated by organ modern medicine for two reasons:

a) In academic medicine, there is practically no subject dysbiozy gut, ie the imbalance ratio of dozens of species micro-organisms living in this organ;

b) in academic medicine in general does not see that it is the most important organ of the human immune system. Most importantly, because it is the first line of defense against pathogens arrive ingestion. In dozens of gut microorganisms dwell. Some of them are friendly, indeed essential. Others are harmful, as they cause reactions fermentation tanks. Still others - mushrooms - overwhelm the mucosal intestine, leading to the leakage. Undigested protein particles can then easily pass into circulation, where they induce responses allergic. Serious dysbiozy usually lead to malabsorption zinc, selenium and manganese. I met with studies suggesting that the the modern world full of preservatives, which in many ways BioZ impair intestinal virtually no people fully normal intestinal flora. The dysbiosis is strongly linked to the B vitamins is known that vitamin is largely are produced by the good intestinal flora, with food only complement this production. It is easy to imagine how it can operate organism, if it has the effect dysbiozy chronic shortage of vitamins that group and the chronic shortage of these micronutrients. I would add that the medical community has not routinely have the ability determining the levels of these micronutrients and vitamins in the body. The second point is a matter of gut as an organ of the immune system. It is known that small Peyer's patches located in the wall intestine produce immunoglobiny protect the intestinal mucosa against pathogens. However, completely fails to see the two issues. Total mass of these tiny clumps of the immune system is very high - apparently even greater than the weight of the spleen. They produce immunoglobiny IgA, which the blood reaches all other mucous membranes protecting them. If their production in the intestine is impaired as a result of atrophy of intestinal villi, is immediately reflected on the roads respiratory, genitourinary, etc. The body often catch infections. The cause of this infection is in the intestine. Unfortunately, academia does not take hardly any research in this range. They do not teach the students well. And in any event not emphasizes the importance of these processes to maintain correct health.

tbc ...

MD Piotr Krzysztof Michalak

Paradigm 3: Intestinal dysbiosis

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