Common Gastrointestinal Diseases – Gut Flora Disorders

Maintaining the micro-ecological balance of the gastrointestinal tract is a guarantee of gastrointestinal health.

Intestinal Dysbiosis

Among the human microflora, the intestinal microflora is the most important. The human intestinal flora is the most abundant, with about 1000 grams, accounting for more than one-third of the stool weight. These bacteria can be divided into two main groups: the good bacteria and the bad bacteria, also known as probiotics. Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium are two types of bacteria. Under normal circumstances, probiotics predominate in the body, and probiotics and pathogenic bacteria are interdependent on each other and limit each other. Microbiological and chemical barriers inhibit harmful bacteria, regulate the balance of intestinal microflora and improve intestinal function, including digestion and absorption. The body is healthy due to its function and detoxification.

If the micro-ecological balance of the intestinal tract is disturbed by the body’s dysfunction, or by factors such as diet and medication, it can lead to various health problems. The problem is that when toxin-producing spoilage bacteria dominate, they can continuously secrete more than 30 kinds of toxins into the intestines. Once the toxin-producing spoilage bacteria take over, they can continuously secrete more than 30 kinds of toxins into the intestines, which will firstly poison the intestines and lead to constipation, bowel diseases, and other problems. Diarrhea, enteritis, colitis, colorectal cancer, which is absorbed by the intestines and spreads to all organs as well as muscles, skin and the whole body, resulting in all organs. Chronic poisoning, injury, inflammation, lesions, disease and even death.

Modern research has proven that 90% of human diseases are caused by the reduction of probiotics. The important physiological functions of the gastrointestinal tract are not only the result of a chronic dysbiosis of the gastrointestinal tract, but also the result of a variety of diseases of multiple systems. If the intestinal flora is out of balance for a long period of time, it will not only lead to a variety of gastrointestinal diseases, but also lead to a variety of diseases of the body systems. Therefore, maintaining the balance of the intestinal microflora and nurturing good intestinal probiotics is a guarantee for the health of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as for the health of the whole body.

Treatment Options

Clinically, proper supplementation of intestinal probiotics, or the provision of high quality oligosaccharides like grass silkworm extract, and the nourishment of probiotics, are the most basic measures of gastrointestinal health, which are not only effective in the prevention and treatment of constipation, diarrhea, lactose intolerance, enteritis, colitis, but also important in the prevention of colorectal cancer, gastric cancer and a variety of lifestyle diseases.