Intestine and feeding
Dr. Paola Iezzi deals with the functional alterations of the intestinal microbiota and microbiome, such as:
Gallstones and bilious sludge
Vegan intestinal dysbiosis
Diverticulosis of the colon
Iatrogenic effects from antibiotic
IBD (Cron's disease and Ulcerosa Rettocolite)
IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
Clostridum Difficile infections
GORD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease)
Steatosi Alcoholic Hepatic
Cystitis and bacterial vaginosis
Cystitis and urethritis
DO YOU TAKE CARE OF YOUR INTESTINES?
"In recent decades, more and more studies confirm that the microbiota (ie the bacterial composition resident in our intestine) affects the state of health.In all the intestine, considering all the bacterial colonies present there, we have more than 1.5 kg of bacteria In particular, intestinal bacteria express about 3 (three) million genes compared to 25,000 human genes, and for our health the bacteria are fundamental both in how they educate the immune system in the early stages of our lives and maintain 'homeostasis, both because they help our metabolism, which needs to fill in some deficiencies.In the specific environment of the digestive system, the bacteria that here are citizenship exercise very useful functions, to name two, among the many contributions made by bacteria to the activity of the human organism, the same are a creative source of essential vitamins and a source of production of four important fatty acids which butyric acid, propionic acid, lactate and acetate are essential to lower inflammation and nourish intestinal cells. The modern man, however, losing awareness of nutrition and making many errors in food, has relied on more or less harmful diets and, as a tribe, has set off on a dangerous road: that of pathology! Do not forget then that health passes here, from diet and bacteria. If you need help I will accompany you on this path of health making you know what nutritional strategies to take to help your gut to find its functionality, fight the inflammation silent source of diseases and start a new path: the road to health. "