Intestinal bacteria split carbohydrates, promote the normal functioning of the immune system and help absorb vitamins K and B as well as magnesium, calcium and iron. In the intestine, the microbisidi is involved in the production of neurotransmitters that are essential for the brain and affect our moods. Indeed, 90 percent of the neurotransmitters in our brain are produced in the intestinal.
Intestinal well-being affects our health in many ways. The environment and genetics have their own effects, but we can influence the functioning of our intestines through a balanced diet. Fiber-rich nutrition maintains the ability of bacteria that affect health.
The general change in lifestyle has been reflected in the intestinal. At the same time, diabetes, morbid obesity and other life-related problems are on the rise.
A nutrient-dense diet keeps the intestinal adaptable and diverse.