Importance of Gut Flora
Digestion and Elimination: Understanding the Importance of Gut Flora
Let me just say this up front, loud and clear: I can not overemphasize the importance of gut flora. We are not educated properly on this subject. We are not eating properly in order to maintain the absolutely crucial bacterial balance necessary for health. If your gut isn’t healthy then you aren’t healthy. You must fix this before you do anything else.
There exists a condition called disbacteriosis and sadly, most of us probably have it. Basically it is an imbalance of intestinal flora. Ideally our guts contain both the “good” and the “bad” bacteria, with the good winning out. But when our diets are poor and we introduce antibiotics we allow the bad bacteria to overtake the balance. To give you an idea, a healthy person should have between 3-5 pounds of beneficial flora.
Before we can work on our digestion and elimination health we have to understand what the problem really is and how huge of a role friendly bacteria play in our health.
Necessary Functions Provided by Friendly Flora include: They keep our digestive system healthy, chelate heavy metals, carcinogens, and other toxic substances and excrete them out of the body, convert food into nourishing substances for the lining of the gut, keeping it healthy, probiotic microbes are essential for feeding our bodies properly and they are the basis of our immune systems.
Signs of disbacteriosis include asthma, allergies, skin eruptions, and chronic infections. You can also tell if your gut is healthy based on whether you are constipated or have issues with gas or bloating.
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To easier understand why most of the people have inadequate gut flora we must set a side what we have been told in the miseducational system and Tel a lie Vision and incorporate new understanding of our world that is composed from frequencies projected through electromagnetic waves and decoded by the genes to manifest. When we understand this than we can easily draw a picture of the dynamics of changes that occur in our world. So where do the frequencies necessary to form gut flora come from. The most influential frequencies are those that are in the closest proximity to microsoma and that is the food. The best frequency will come out of alive food, meat, fruits and vegetables a like. Other frequencies wil come from the cells that form the gut, other bacterias, our thoughts (since they are electromagnetic waves) and then the environment that we are surrounded with. Bad, processed and cooked food will require more sophisticated forms of life to tackle them. Those forms we call undesirable and potentially pathogen forms. taking probiotic will help but we have to take them with every meal since the micro flora will mutate within several hours. This means that the good bacteria will change under the influence of the environment. It becomes obvious that the best way to improve the micro flora we have to change our eating habits. This way we will change the environment that will induce changes in the gut flora. Trying to stimulate changes in the gut flora any other way is always temporary symptom oriented action doomed to failure and with only marginal results. For the cells of our gut to perform well they have to be well hydrated so that they can cleanse. Hard stool is sign of dehydration. Laxatives are poisons and have to be avoided same as diuretics. Higher concentration of fructose will induce fermentation and diarrhea but if we have glucose in our diet that the absorption of fructose will be highly increased. This will cause more uric acid and it will lead to rheumatism and circulatory problems. You can read more about it in my book. If you have any kind of health problems it is beneficial to change the way we eat.
Since our thoughts influence gut flora as well, avoiding stress is always good idea.