The importance of the intestinal environment and the natural enemies that disturb it

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The importance of the intestinal environment

Effects of the intestinal environment on health

The intestinal environment has a big impact on health. When the intestinal environment is disturbed, constipation and accumulation of toxins in the intestines may be caused, metabolic decline leads to metabolic metabolic disorders, immunity decline, allergies, hemorrhoids and colorectal cancer. On the other hand, if the intestinal environment is prepared, it will lead to the prevention of these diseases, and you can get a healthy life, and if you prepare the intestinal environment, you can expect the effect of making it difficult to feel stress.

No intestinal bacteria reduce sociability

A study using mice at University College Cork, Ireland, has reported that the presence or absence of intestinal bacteria has significantly changed its personality [i.]. According to the results of this experiment, mice raised without intestinal bacteria are less sociable and have less chance of interacting with other mice than mice with intestinal bacteria. In addition, when intestinal bacteria were forcibly injected by fecal transplantation in mice without intestinal bacteria, sociability seems to have increased.

Do gut bacteria improve athletes' abilities?

Recent studies have also revealed intestinal bacteria that improve athletic performance. Some of the athletes who participated in the 2015 Boston Marathon were collected for a week before and after the games, and examined changes in intestinal bacteria, and found that all athletes had more bacteria called beyronella after the games. In response to this result, when baeronella bacteria, an intestinal bacteria, were transplanted into the intestine in a mouse experiment, the transplanted mouse was able to run 13% longer on average than mice that were not transplanted. This is thought to be due to the fact that beironella metabolized the fatigue substance lactic acid into propionic acid that improves motor performance [ii].

What are natural enemies of intestinal bacteria!?


There is an image that antibiotics prescribed when correcting bacterial infections in hospitals are very thankful when they have a medical condition, but in fact this antibiotic causes great damage to intestinal bacteria with a double-edged sword that sterilizes not only pathogenous bacteria but also bacteria that are always in the intestine. Even after the resident bacteria are sterilized, intestinal bacteria are revived, but their composition changes as before antibiotics are used, and the candida of fungi often increases. In January 2014, research by the University of Tsukuba and the University of Michigan in the U.S. elucidated the mechanism by which this candida growth exacerbates allergic inflammation such as asthma. To briefly explain this mechanism, the toxins emitted by candidas that have grown in the intestine reach the lungs through the blood, increasing M2 macrophages in the lungs, which exacerbates allergic inflammation such as asthma. In addition, proliferating Candida bacteria secrete substances that dissolve the intestinal mucosa and damage the intestinal mucosa, causing various diseases as "Leaky Gut Syndrome" and "Late Food Allergy".

With Candida bacteria spreading, it only increases candida bacteria even if you do intestinal activity. Candida bacteria live by sugar metabolism, so they can be sterilized by fasting. Therefore, if you take antibiotics, we recommend fasting in the sense of resetting the intestines.



The appendix cut when hung on the cecum etc. has been treated as an organ that can be removed until now. However, when this appendix was removed, it was found that the production of IgA necessary to maintain the balance of intestinal bacteria was reduced. [ⅲ]


This time, we talked about the importance of intestinal bacteria. It's quite important, so you want to create an intestinal environment where you can spend your life as comfortably as possible!

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[ⅰ] [University College Cork, 2015] Depletion of gut microflora from early adolescence in mice: effects on brain and behavior [ii.] [Scheiman, et al., et al., 2019] Metaomics analysis of elite athletes identifies performance-enhancing microorganisms that function through lactic acid metabolism [iii.] [Osaka University, 2014] Elucidate the immunological significance of the appendix, which was considered useless long.