Your bowels do not give you a break?
Our intestine knows more about us than our own brain. It's also the number 1 immune organ.
This is due to the functions of intestinal bacteria, which have long been greatly underestimated.
It is only in recent years, thanks to numerous scientific studies, that the importance of bacteria for our health has been established.
In fact, they do much more than just control our digestion. Over several million years, the evolution of mankind has resulted in beneficial phenomena of adaptation, which, in addition to digestion, also promote the fight against pathogens and the strengthening of the immune system.
Not all bacteria in our intestine are beneficial. A balanced and healthy intestinal flora consists mainly of useful bacteria, which have a positive impact on the organism, but also some undesirable bacteria, which, on the contrary, have a negative impact.
These can be the starting point for intestinal problems, which can develop into irritable bowel syndrome.