How to have a good intestinal flora. Health horoscope reading.

Since an imbalance of the intestinal flora seems to cause many pathologies, acting on this flora should help to treat them, or even prevent them.

Eliminate unhealthy foods. Our diet has a profound effect on the microbiome as germs depend on food for all their nutritional needs, but some foods can cause some damage.

Clean your colon Free your intestine from accumulations created by unhealthy foods over the years.

There may be compacted matter or mucoid plaques on the intestinal walls that prevent the absorption of minerals and slow transit.

Do not forget that your flattened colon covers approximately the surface of a tennis court, so be sure to clean it thoroughly down to its slightest folds.

70% of the immune system is located in the digestive tract - it protects you from external aggressions and ensures the proper functioning of your metabolism.

1. Avoid Gluten
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For many people, gluten creates congestion and thus becomes an irritant in the intestine; For others gluten forces the immune system to defend itself by initiating an inflammatory response.

2. Avoid traditional meat and poultry farms and dairy products
The cattle from these farms are overwhelmed with genetically modified foods (corn), antibiotics and hormones. In addition, our enzymes have difficulty digesting meat and dairy products. Replace dairy products with vegetable milks and reduce meat consumption to 2 or 3 servings per week by favoring poultry and fish (more digestible).

3. Avoid Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
Because we do not know anything about their long-term impact on our bodies.

4. Avoid white sugars and starches
They feed the bad bacteria in your intestine and causes it to proliferate while affecting the balance of your microbiome. Replace pasta with quinoa or brown rice pasta and bread with breads made from sprouted and dehydrated grains, considered lively and easier to digest.

5. Avoid junk food, processed and artificial foods and preservatives
Modified "foods" contain trans fatty acids, additives, preservatives, corn and soy GMOs, all of which are detrimental to your body and microbiome.'

6. Avoid pharmaceutical antibiotics whenever possible
Antibiotics kill indiscriminately bacteria, good or bad. Use herbal "antibiotics" (antimicrobial herbs) as much as possible as they kill the bad bacteria while leaving the good ones. If you have taken antibiotics, it is even essential to take probiotics to restore your intestinal flora.

7. Avoid antacids
Research has shown that people who regularly take acid-blocking drugs alter their microbial diversity, putting them at higher risk for infections.

8. Avoid Artificial Sweeteners
Not only do they disrupt your liver and your microbiome, but they also trigger cravings creating a vicious circle for those who try to avoid sweets. Replace refined sugars or sweeteners with natural sugars such as honey or maple syrup in moderation. Temperate your sugar cravings with fresh fruit.

9. Avoid hyperacid foods
Such as coffee, soft drinks or heavy alcohol consumption - these weaken the intestinal flora.

10. Remove the bad bacteria from your intestine
Using natural antibiotics such as garlic, wormwood, berberine, grapefruit seed extract and oregano oil.

To summarize :
  • Some meat
  • Some dairy products (favor goat's milk and sheep's milk)
  • Fruits, vegetables, whole grains and dried fruit
  • Vegetable oils (preferably olive oil, nuts and colza oil)
  • Less saturated fat
  • And very few sweets !!! (Attention to sugars hidden in industrial products and slow sugars)