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Intestinal lymphoid tissue


One of the most mysterious categories of diseases for the Western medical world is autoimmune diseases. They are characterized by the fact that the immune system shows aggression against certain areas of its own organism, committing an act of self-destruction. How and why does the system, designed only to distinguish between "its" and "alien", fail and send its armies into battle against itself?
If the intestinal microflora is impaired, the risk of the appearance of parasites and diseases is sharp
When a mixture of antibiotics, preservatives, coffee and alcohol kills beneficial bacteria, their place is taken by more aggressive and resistant to external influences microorganisms. These toxic bacteria and chemicals in food cause all types of lymphoid tissue (allergic, protective, inflammatory, regenerative) reactions in the intestinal lymphoid tissue. But when the holes in the intestinal walls allow undigested particles to pass through, the immune system begins to work at full capacity. Never in the entire history of the evolution of an organism has it been subjected to such a massive attack. Each undigested piece serves as a signal for general mobilization.
The incidence of autoimmune diseases is steadily increasing. One of the most famous among them is rheumatism. Streptococcus in the throat causes a general mobilization of the army. The molecules of the sheath of streptococcus have a surface similar to the surface of the valves of the heart, especially the mitral valve, as well as the surface of large joints. The soldiers of the immune army mistakenly take heart valves and joints for streptococcus and open fire on them.

The joints are restored, but the heart valves are damaged for life, remaining covered with scars.
Often decades after this attack, there is a need for open-heart surgery to repair or replace valves.
Under the influence of the standard modern diet, intestinal lymphoid tissue is in a state of anxiety, constantly initiating immune responses. This gradually depletes the amount of energy required by the body for self-healing, detoxification and other important functions. This depletion of energy can manifest itself, for example, in daily fatigue.
When intestinal integrity is impaired, intestinal lymphoid tissue is exposed to visitors, whom it would never have encountered in natural conditions. A food product that has never created problems before can become a potential allergen if it is damaged by toxins. An army of allergic reactions is alarmed and sends signals to other parts of the body.
By giving the body the ability to heal the intestinal walls, restore its microflora and calm the inflammatory immune armies with certain nutrients, you can go back to a time when familiarization with the restaurant menu did not resemble progress in a minefield. You never know which step will cause an explosion.
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Intestinal lymphoid tissue

  1. Lymphoid neoplasms.
    The group of lymphoid neoplasms is numerous and diverse. It is mainly represented by lymphomas (non-Hodgkin lymphomas and Hodgkin lymphomas). It also includes lymphocytic leukemia and plasma cell dyscrasias. The modern approach requires consideration of the immunophenotype of tumor cells. Analysis of cell immunophenotypes by their markers is performed using monoclonal antibodies, which make it possible to isolate
  2. Structure and role of lymphoid tissue in the immune system
    Accumulations of lymphocytes, macrophages and other auxiliary cells are found in the composition of many organs and tissues, especially in the composition of the mucous membranes. Lymphocytes of Peyer's patches of the small intestine, lymphoid follicles of the appendix, tonsils of the pharynx, lymphoid follicles of the upper submucosa are located close to the mucosal epithelium in close connection with the epithelial cells.
  3. Connective tissue.
    Connective tissue accounts for approximately 50% of body weight. Loose connective tissue of the subcutaneous tissue, compact bone and teeth, tendons and intermuscular fascial layers, skin and intraorgan stroma of parenchymal organs, neuroglia and peritoneum - all this is connective tissue. I is a fat cell; II - reticulin fibers; III - elastic fiber; IV - collagen fibers; V
  4. CONNECTIVE TISSUE
    According to its properties, the connective tissue unites a significant group of tissues: the actual connective tissues (loose fibrous, dense fibrous - unformed and shaped); tissues that have special properties (fat, reticular); skeletal solid (bone and cartilage) and liquid (blood, lymph). The connective tissue performs the supporting, protective (mechanical), formative,
  5. Abstract. Intestinal infections and their prevention. Distinctive signs of intestinal infections from foodborne microbial poisoning, 2011
    “Intestinal infections and their prevention. Distinctive signs of intestinal infections from food poisoning of microbial nature. Acute intestinal infections include typhoid fever, paratyphoids A and B, dysentery, cholera, infectious hepatitis, etc. This group of diseases is characterized by the same type of localization of the pathogen (intestine), the same mechanisms and ways of infection (fecal - oral, contact-household),
  6. CONNECTIVE TISSUE
    The connective tissue is divided into three types: the actual connective, cartilage and bone. It performs several functions: 1) trophic, as it participates in the transfer of nutrients from the blood to other tissues and vice versa; 2) protective, due to the activity of phagocytes and the production of immune bodies; 3) plastic, expressed in active participation in the processes of regeneration, wound healing; four)
  7. MUSCLE
    Muscle tissue is a type of tissue that carries out motor processes in the body of humans and animals (for example, the movement of blood through blood vessels, the movement of food during digestion, etc.) with the help of special contractile structures - myofibrils. There are two types of muscle tissue: smooth (uncoupled); striated skeletal (striated) and cardiac striated
  8. Bone.
    Bone tissue is a special type of connective tissue. It is necessary to distinguish between the concept of "bone as an organ" and "bone tissue." Bone as an organ is a complex structural formation, which, along with specific bone tissue, includes the periosteum, bone marrow, blood and lymphatic vessels, nerves, and in some cases cartilage tissue. Bone tissue is the main component of the bone. She is
  9. Cartilage tissue
    Cartilage tissue plays a supporting role. It does not work in tension, like dense connective tissue, but due to internal stress, it resists squeezing well. This tissue is the basis of the larynx nbrinchcho, serves to immobilize the bones, forming synchondrosis. Covering the articular surface of the bones, softens the movement in the joints. The cartilage tissue is quite dense and at the same time
  10. Bone
    The function of bone tissue is primarily associated with the implementation of mechanical tasks, and, on the one hand, bone tissue, due to its density, is a reliable support and protection for soft organs and tissues and, on the other hand, it, by virtue of its internal organization, provides for the mitigation of jolts and tremors, that is, depreciation. In addition, bone tissue is actively involved in mineral
  11. NERVE TISSUE
    Nervous tissue is the main component of the nervous system; it provides signals (impulses) to the brain, their conduction and synthesis, establishes the relationship of the organism with the external environment, participates in coordinating the function inside the organism, ensures its integrity. Nerve tissue consists of nerve cells - neurons (neurocytes), which have special structures and functions, and
  12. HEART MUSCLE TISSUE
    This tissue forms one of the layers of the heart wall - myocardium. It is divided into proper cardiac muscle tissue and the conducting system. Due to its physiological properties, cardiac muscle tissue itself occupies an intermediate position between smooth muscles of internal organs and striated (skeletal) muscles. It is shrinking {foto65} Pic. 66. Scheme of the structure of the heart muscle.
  13. SMOOTH MUSCLE TISSUE
    the muscular layer of the walls of all cavity internal organs is built from smooth muscle tissue; it is also located in the walls of the blood vessels, blood vessels and in the skin. This fabric is reduced relatively slowly, does not get tired for a long time. Abbreviations rhythmic, at regular intervals. This tissue develops from the mesenchyme, the cells of which are stretched in one direction, acquiring a spindle-shaped form,
  14. Epithelial tissue
    Epithelial tissue - the epithelium is the epithelial tissue. The epithelium develops from all three germinal layers. The epithelium of the skin, the respiratory tract, the anterior and posterior sections of the digestive tube, the urinary ducts and the epithelium of the glands belonging to these divisions are formed from the ectoderm. Entodermal origin epithelium of the greater part of the digestive tube and all glands
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