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Bowel preparation.

This leads to the death of a significant part of the representatives of normal microflora, and the reproduction of pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic intestinal microflora.
At present, biologically active substances such as probiotics are used to improve the functioning of the digestive tract and regulate the composition of the intestinal microflora. These are living microorganisms: lactic acid bacteria, more often bifido or lactobacilli, sometimes yeast, which belong to the normal inhabitants of the intestine of a healthy person.
Probiotic preparations based on these microorganisms are widely used as nutritional supplements, but they are especially effective in combination with fermented milk products. Microorganisms that are part of such mixtures are not pathogenic, non-toxic, are contained in sufficient quantities. They remain viable when passing through the gastrointestinal tract and do not die when properly stored. It can be bifidokofir, bifidok, bifidolayf or any other beverages enriched with bifidoflora.
Which one to choose? Here, everyone decides for himself - it all depends on taste preferences and financial capabilities. But before you buy, you should definitely pay attention to the date of manufacture and shelf life. It is better to choose the freshest product, because live bacteria die quickly enough.
In order to normalize the composition of the intestinal flora, I recommend to my patients the “Activia” of the company “Danone”, it contains live bifidobacteria ActiRegularis®, thanks to which the bowels are regulated.
Not all bifidobacteria survive in the human digestive tract. Most of their species can die either in the product, not living to the end of its shelf life, or when passing through the stomach (under the influence of an acidic environment and digestive enzymes). They may vary in the degree of their beneficial effects on the body.
Bifidobacteria ActiRegularis®, contained in "Activia", are related to those that constitute the natural microflora of the human intestine. They survive both in the product and in the stomach and intestines of humans. Probiotics are not considered drugs and can be used for a long time without a doctor's appointment to restore the normal intestinal microflora. They can bring nothing but good. But if for some reason your body does not perceive this particular additive, you can experiment and choose any other fermented milk product containing live bifidobacteria.
Why them?
Because among all the bacterial microflora of the intestine, bifidobacteria occupy the most significant place. They constitute up to 98% of the total microbial contamination of the intestines and hinder the development of the life cycle of Salmonella, Shigella and many other pathogenic microbes. Bifidobacteria synthesize B vitamins, and, most importantly, take part in the transformation of proteins and amino acids. But, as you already know, it is precisely the correct, complete digestion of proteins that is necessary in the process of treating obesity.
In my practice, there have been cases where my patients could not tolerate dairy products. Due to the lack or even lack of production of certain enzymes in the stomach. In such cases, Santegra® ProBiotic Complex had to be used.
This drug includes five forms of the most important bacteria for maintaining normal bowel function - Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus rhamnosus. These bacteria quickly restore and maintain the balance of intestinal microflora, inhibit the growth of pathogenic forms, provide normal digestion, increase the body's immunity and resistance to infections. At the same time most of the bifidobacteria lives in the parietal space of the intestine. There, in the small intestine, there are billions of microvilli, which at the cellular level form a kind of fine filter - a brush border, which is responsible for the absorption and absorption of nutrients from food. In this space, so important for us bifidobacteria settle. Thanks to the "products of civilization", this border-filter is hopelessly clogged and can no longer absorb all the nutrients from food. Beneficial bacteria simply cannot stay on the walls of such an intestine. As a result, a person eats a lot and gets a little.
The intestinal motility also belongs to the factors influencing the diversity and density of microflora in various parts of the gastrointestinal tract. This allows us to consider a violation of the intestinal microflora as a result of functional and motor disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.
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Bowel preparation.

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