Title: Inflammation: Is the Gut the Driving Force of Systemic Inflammation? Source:
[None] URL Source:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41IfdwLqtkA Published:Feb 15, 2021 Author:Horse Post Date:2021-02-15 14:10:15 by Horse Keywords:None Views:25
The Gut Barrier is a one layer of cells surrounding the intestines and colon. It protects us against pathogens. To build a gut barrier you need probiotics, B complex and a high fiber diet. The gut barrier produces short chain fatty acids that doubles the ability of your macrophages. A macrophage is a type of white blood cell that cleans the body of unwanted microscopic particles, such as bacteria and dead cells.
In 1908 a Nobel Prize winning doctor, Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov, used his prize money to determine why people in certain areas of the world lived 20 years longer than did people just 20 miles away. He found 5 different peoples and they all had daily intake of fermented foods which would include probiotics.
Probiotics has been used to reduce problems in older women who are pregnant, in premature infants in ventilators and poor children in India who had sepsis.