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The enzymes production in the human body becomes weak after age of 35-40 years. In addition to the fact that bacteria and fungi in the intestines begin to grow on undigested food debris, the constipation and diseases appear with a lack of enzymes associated with metabolic disorders (phosphorus-calcium metabolism): joint pains and gout, uric acid crystals are formed accumulating in the joints.
Synergist – medicine to be food, and food to be medicine.
Although kurunga takes one of the main places in the traditional power system of the eastern peoples from historical times. For example in Russia, they make yogurt, which contains a whole range of different microorganisms. They make ayran in the Caucasus, koumiss, chal or shubat from camel milk – in Central Asia. Not so far kurunga was on the table in every Mongolian, Buryat, Kalmyk and Tuva families just 70-80 years ago, and allowed to compensate for the lack of vitamins and enzymes, and contributed to the fact that these peoples used in majority a lot of meat products and little plant food, but at the same time they were able to cope with the disease, maintain good spirits and felt a surge of strength at any time. It is well-known that Genghis Khan won most of the battles due to the fact that his soldiers had a source of vitamins, good health and mood – dry kurunga.
Extreme climatogeographic conditions, biosphere pollution with industrial waste, infectious diseases, digestive system diseases, malnutrition and other factors contribute to the colon dysbacteriosis development, including the appearance of impaired absorption syndrome. In this regard, the probiotics to be included into the diet, which are the self-renewable reservoir of biologically active substances in the human body.
Eubiotics (probiotics) – biological preparations containing strains of the normal intestinal microflora. There are 400-600 different types of microorganisms in the intestine, the most important of which are lactobacilli, bifidobacteria, Escherichia coli, which make the normal basis of large intestinal microflora. This group includes bacterioids, clostridia, enterococci, and others. The species composition of these microorganisms is genetically inherited and their content is relatively constant in a healthy person intestines.
The excess or deficiency of individual representatives of normal microflora is called dysbacteriosis.
The composition of the optional intestinal flora varies depending on the action of environmental factors in contrast to the main microflora. The facultative flora is represented by conditionally pathogenic microorganisms: staphylococci, streptococci, clostridia, proteins, yeast-like fungi, etc. The microecological system balance of the intestine depends on the ratio of microflora different parts.
Intestinal microflora plays an important role in maintaining human health, performing a number of functions that matters a great importance for human life.
There are disorders in the list below which effectiveness of treatment has been scientifically proven. Lower, there are those of them that still don’t have enough clinical data yet, but the available information suggests they can be effective.
The effectiveness of probiotics is proven in the following states:
- Antibiotic-associated diarrhea
- Bacterial vaginosis
- Clostridium difficile infection
- Infectious diarrhea
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Leaky bowel syndrome
- Infectious sinusitis
- Traveler’s diarrhea
- Urinary tract infection
- Fungal infections
The effectiveness of probiotics is likely:
- Autoimmune diseases
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Heart diseases
- it regulates the stability of the microbiocenosis and prevents colonization of the intestine by pathogenic microorganisms, thereby ensuring colonization resistance of the intestine;
- it promotes the processes of enzymatic digestion of proteins, lipids, high-molecular carbohydrates, nucleic acids, fiber;
- participates in the synthesis of vitamins B, K, ascorbic acid, thereby increasing the body’s resistance to adverse environmental factors;
- participates in electrolyte metabolism;
- regulates the metabolism of bile acids, cholesterol;
- participates in the detoxification of exogenous and endogenous substrates, acting as a “natural biosorbent”, as well as carrying out microbial transformation of toxic substances;
- synthesizes substances with antibacterial activity;
- stimulates intestinal motility by participating in the formation of protein breakdown products and normalizes the evacuation of intestinal contents;
- participates in the synthesis of essential amino acids of tryptophan and histamine, promotes better absorption of calcium and vitamin D salts;
- increases the body’s immune reactivity: stimulates the lymphoid apparatus, the synthesis of immunoglobulins, increases the level of properdin and complement, increases the activity of lysozyme and reduces the permeability of vascular tissue barriers to toxic products of pathogenic microorganisms (most characteristic of bifidobacteria);
- contributes to the destruction of atypical cells of the body as a result of activation of immune processes.