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Preparation of intestines.

This leads to the death of a significant part of the representatives of normal microflora, and the reproduction of pathogenic and opportunistic microflora of the intestine.
At present, biologically active substances, such as probiotics, are used to improve the functioning of the digestive tract, regulate the composition of the intestinal microflora. These are living microorganisms: lactic acid bacteria, more often bifido or lactobacilli, sometimes yeast, which are normal to the intestines 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. The microorganisms that make up such mixtures are not pathogenic, non-toxic, are in sufficient quantity. They remain viable when passing through the gastrointestinal tract and do not perish with proper storage. It can be bifidokefir, bifid, bifidolife or any other beverages enriched with bifidoflora.
Which one should I choose? Here everyone decides for himself - it all depends on taste preferences and financial possibilities. But before buying, you need to pay attention to the date of manufacture and the expiration date. It is better to choose the freshest product, because live bacteria die fast enough.
To normalize the composition of the flora of the intestine, I recommend to my patients "Activia" of the company "Danone", it contains live bifidobacteria ActiRegularis®, due to which the intestinal activity is regulated.
Not all bifidobacteria survive in the human gastrointestinal tract. Most of their species can die either in the product, not surviving until the end of the shelf life, or when passing through the stomach (under the influence of acidic medium and digestive enzymes). They can differ in the degree of their beneficial effects on the body.
The bifidobacteria ActiRegularis® contained in "Activia" are related to those that make up the natural microflora of the human intestine. They survive both in the product, and in the stomach, and the intestines of man. Probiotics are not considered medicinal products and can be used for a long time without the appointment of a doctor to restore normal intestinal microflora. They can not bring anything but good. But if for some reason your body does not perceive this particular supplement, you can experiment and choose any other fermented milk product containing live bifidobacteria.
Why them?
Because among all bacterial microflora of the intestine, bifidobacteria occupy the most significant place. They account for up to 98% of all microbial colonization of the intestine and impede 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 after all, as you already know, it is the correct, full-fledged assimilation of proteins necessary in the treatment of obesity.
In my practice, there have been cases when my patients could not tolerate dairy products. Due to the lack or even the lack of production of certain enzymes in the stomach. In such cases, we had to use the Santegra® ProBiotic Complex.
This drug includes five forms of important bacteria to maintain normal bowel function - Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus rhamnosus. These bacteria quickly restore and maintain the balance of intestinal microflora, suppress the growth of pathogenic forms, ensure normal digestion, enhance the body's immunity and resistance to infections. In this case, most of the bifidobacteria live in the parietal space of the intestine. There, in the small intestine, there are billions of microvilli, forming at the cellular level a thin-porous filter - a brush border, responsible for absorption and absorption of nutrients from food. In this space, so important for us bifidobacteria. Thanks to "products of civilization", this border filter is hopelessly hammered and can not already absorb all nutrients from food. Useful bacteria simply can not stay on the walls of such an intestine. As a result, a person eats a lot, but receives little.
Factors affecting the diversity and density of microflora in various parts of the gastrointestinal tract include intestinal motility. This allows us to consider the violation of intestinal microflora as a consequence of functional and motor disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.
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Preparation of intestines.

  1. Cleaning the bowels and preparing the body.
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  2. The role of the large intestine in the life of vegetarians and meat eaters (Mechnikov, Shatalov and the large intestine)
    "For a long time, scientists could not understand what role the large intestine plays in our body, II Mechnikov even believed that such an organ is simply not needed." "The fact that Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov underestimated the role of the large intestine is not surprising: indeed, if the organism receives essential amino acids with animal proteins, and the functions of the large intestine are not
  3. Diseases of the intestine. Infectious enterocolitis (dysentery, typhoid fever, cholera). Nonspecific ulcerative colitis. Crohn's disease. Ischemic bowel disease. Appendicitis. Cancer of the colon.
    1. Macroscopic characteristics of the small intestine with cholera enteritis 1. gray-yellow film densely welded to the wall 2. mucosal ulceration 3. multiple hemorrhages 4. sclerosis of the wall 2. Elements of the pathogenesis of typhoid 1. bacteremia 2. bacteriocholia 3. cerebral swelling 4. exudative inflammation 5. hypersensitivity reaction in lymphoid apparatus 3. Modern
  4. Composition of the microflora of the large intestine. Functions of the microflora of the large intestine
    The detailed composition of the intestinal microflora is indicated in Appendix 1. The whole intestinal microflora is divided into: - obligate (the main microflora); - optional part (conditionally pathogenic and saprophyte microflora); Obligatnaya microflora. Bifidobacteria are the most significant representatives of obligate bacteria in the intestines of children and adults. These are anaerobes, they do not form a dispute and
  5. Functional activity of the intestine
    Cal is formed in the large intestine from undigested food residues, secretions, excreta, depleted epithelium and cellular detritus of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract and other tissues (blood, lymphoid tissue, etc.) and intestinal microflora. With a normal diet in a healthy person, feces contain 75-80% water and 20-25% dense (dry) residue. In a healthy person, the composition of feces depends on
  6. Bowel Infarction
    Infarction of the intestine - foci of necrosis in the intestine, resulting from a violation of the delivery of blood along the arteries feeding it. A rare complication of atherosclerosis of the intestinal arteries is the development of thrombosis in them as a result of the closure of their lumen. When thrombosis of small branches of the intestinal arteries due to the development of circulatory circulation may not be observed those terrible phenomena that occur when
  7. Intestines
    The intestine of the fetus and the newborn in the first days of life is filled with meconium, which appears in the intestine on the 4th month of intrauterine development of the fetus. Meconium is normally a mushy consistency, in the area of ​​the small intestine is light yellow or greenish in color, and in the thick region - brown or brownish-green. The quantity of meconium in mature fruits varies within wide limits - from 60 to 200 g.
  8. Anatomy of the large intestine
    The large intestine is the final part of the human digestive tract and consists of several parts. Its beginning is considered a blind intestine, on the border of which with the ascending division into the large intestine the small intestine runs into. Ends the large intestine with the external opening of the anus. The total length of the large intestine in humans is about 2 meters. Diameter of different departments
  9. DIVERSITIVES OF THE INTESTINALS
    - blindly terminating sack-like protrusions of a limited area of ​​any part of the intestine, communicating with its lumen. Classification of diverticulosis of the large intestine (adopted at the All-Union Symposium on the problem of diverticulosis of the large intestine, Saratov, 1979) 1. On the clinical course: a) without clinical manifestations; b) with clinical manifestations (pain, bowel dysfunction)
  10. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    Irritable bowel syndrome is pain associated with the small intestine and impairment of its function in the absence of morphological changes. Clinic. Typical complaints related to violation of the regularity of bowel movement, which exist for more than 3 months (or recur); changes in stool, flatulence and flutulenia, occupying more than 25% of the time of day. Clinical symptoms: impairment
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