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Featured Symptom: Treating Intestinal Dysbiosis
Intestinal Dysbiosis is an imbalance of the composition and quantity of microbe populations (called the microbiota), that naturally inhabit our human gut. Dysbiosis causes altered gut immunity, abnormal fermentation of undigested foodstuffs, and impaired production within the colon of certain necessary nutrients such as vitamin K and biotin.
There is growing evidence that dysbiosis of the gut microbiota is associated with the development of both intestinal and extra-intestinal disorders. Intestinal disorders include inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and celiac disease, while extra-intestinal disorders include allergy, asthma, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and obesity.
Our well-being is uniquely tied to the condition of our gut, which is commonly unhealthy at diagnosis of celiac disease. Our resident microbes, whether beneficial (probiotic) or harmful (pathogenic), play a decisive role in nourishing or damaging the cells that form the intestinal lining. To keep our gut healthy, we need to understand what happens there on a microscopic level. Read more…
New medical research from around the world is being published regularly. As new information comes out, we make revisions. Stay current by reviewing this week’s updates: