At birth, every gut is sterile animal and humans.
But over time, everyone’s gut develops a diverse and distinct brew of bacterial species, determined in part by genetics and in part by what bacteria live in and on those around us.
The 100 trillion microbes that make the GI tract their playground are critical to health.
Gut bacteria regulate digestion and metabolism. They extract and make vitamins and other nutrients from food that you eat each and every day.
Gut Bacteria program the body’s immune system. They build and maintain the gut wall, which protects the body from outside invaders.
Gut bacteria block harmful microbes. Their very presence, beneficial bacteria in the gut block harmful microbes from setting up camp and produce anti-microbial chemicals that defend the host against pathogens.
Gut bacteria also produce hundreds of neurochemicals. The brain uses to neurochemicals to regulate basic physiological processes as well as mental processes such as learning, memory and mood. For example, gut bacteria manufacture about 95 percent of the body’s supply of serotonin, which influences both mood and GI activity.
Research has found, for example, that tweaking the balance between beneficial and disease-causing bacteria in the gut can alter its brain chemistry and lead it to become either more bold or more anxious.
The brain can also exert a powerful influence on gut bacteria; as many studies have shown, even mild stress can tip the microbial balance in the gut, making the host more vulnerable to infectious disease and triggering a cascade of molecular reactions that feed back to the central nervous system.
When you consider the gut’s multifaceted ability to communicate with the brain, along with its crucial role in defending the body against the perils of the outside world, you start to understand just how important it is.
Bacterial overgrowth is known to cause gut problems that form the basis of all chronic ailments. According to research, gut problems not only lead to systemic inflammation, but also cause acquired immune deficiency. The Glyco-D Probiotic yogurt is formulated using maltodextrin, which is an advanced class of prebiotics that not only inhibit bacterial overgrowth, but also support the growth of friendly microbes.
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