Probiotic Implants - How Friendly is Your Flora?
By Shelby Molchan, Certified Colon Hydrotherapist
Great health requires balance and the foundations of great health is an efficient digestive tract. However, maintaining the delicate microflora of the gut can be quite a juggling act of diet and lifestyle. Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that reside in the colon. It is estimated that 100 trillion microorganisms of more than 500 different species inhabit a normal healthy bowel.
The body works hard to maintain a balance between these helpful and harmful microorganisms. Poor diet, a weak immune system and prescription medication are just some of the things that can ‘throw off’ intestinal function. Antibiotics are one of the biggest culprits since they kill not only the harmful but also the beneficial bacteria. The standard American diet (SAD) also wreaks havoc with friendly bacteria as the over use of refined sugar, wheat, dairy and processed foods feed Candida, which then overruns the bowel without the proper balance of probiotics to keep it in check.
For people with allergies, irritable bowels, systemic Candida, constipation and compromised immune systems, colon hydrotherapy followed by a rectal implant of probiotics is the answer. Implantation directly into the bowel greatly increases the absorption and effectiveness of probiotics because they are directly deposited into the sigmoid region of the colon and do not have to survive the acid bath of the stomach in order to reach their destination. Refloristation with probiotics fortifies the intestional mucosa, which is an important factor in maintaining or restoring immunity due to the fact that 70% of the body’s immune system resides in the gut.
Probiotics attach themselves to the bowel wall and help weaken intestinal decay and impacted matter. Removing toxins from the bowel with colon hydrotherapy and re-establishing a friendly balance with probiotics implants after the treatment enhances the immune system and improves digestive function.
Systemic Candida, Chronic Fatigue and other auto-imune conditions can be reduced by using this method.
Friendly intestinal bacterial keep harmful microorganisms in check by improving digestive function and absorption and strengthening they immune system. According to MayoClinic.com, research suggests that probiotics may help treat and prevent vaginal yeast infections, shorten the duration of intestinal infection and treat irritable bowel syndrome.
As a by-product of their metabolism, probiotics produce Lactoferrin, an iron binding protein needed to extract iron from the food we eat. Increased Lactoferrin may improve iron-assimilation deficiencies. Probiotics help the body increase the production of enzymes and the absorption of vitamins and nutrients, especially B vitamins, vitamin K, fatty acids and calcium.
A diet high in soluble fiber and phytonutrient rich food enriches the effectiveness of probiotics. Combining proper diet with probiotics is a fabulous way to bump up the digestive and immune systems and can help gain control over many unpleasant conditions.
Shelby Molchan CCHT
Digestive Health Consultant ~ Lifestyle Change Facilitator
Certified Colon Hydrotherapist ~ Holistic Author ~ Speaker
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