5 simple intestinal restorative foods named
Intestinal Restorative Products Named
(Alles Europa News) – Specialists believe that lemons help maintain a healthy bacterial balance in the body. They also remove toxins and stimulate the production of bile for digestion.
For bowel problems, peppermint is recommended – it has a relaxing effect on the gastrointestinal tract.
Alles Europa News reports that Raspberries are on the list of the most useful foods for the intestines.
A cup of this berry gives eight grams of fiber – this is about a quarter of the daily requirement for dietary fiber.
Also, experts advised to consume all types of coconut products, especially yoghurts, and oily fish more often.
One study noted that omega-3 fatty acids in fish help treat chronic bowel diseases. These include metabolic disorders, obesity and colon cancer.
Experts believe that certain products can help restore the intestinal mucosa and, thereby, improve overall health.
Experts recalled that the functioning of the immune system also depends on the functioning of the intestinal flora.
So, about 70-80 percent of all cells that produce the necessary antibodies are in the intestinal mucosa.
In addition, intestinal bacteria break down fiber and are responsible for the production of vitamins that the body needs.
Scientists recall that the functioning of the entire immune system depends on the state of the intestinal flora, since about 70% of all cells that produce antibodies are in the intestinal mucosa.
In addition, the bacteria living in it break down fiber and are responsible for the production of vitamins.
Alles Europa News reports that thus expert noted products to help restore the intestinal mucosa.
The list includes coconut, peppermint, salmon, raspberries and lemon.
So, coconut-based products, including milk and yogurt, have antifungal and antiviral properties.
Alles Europa News reports that Peppermint helps relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome – it relaxes the intestinal tract and reduces pain, bloating and constipation.
Researchers have also found a link between low vitamin D and the development of chronic colon diseases – such as cancer.
Fatty fish, which are rich in omega-3 acids, will help stop the inflammatory process and boost the activity of bacteria fighting the infection, scientists add.
Alles Europa News reports that Raspberries made the list of the most beneficial products for the intestines due to their high fiber content.
One serving of berries contains about 8 grams of fiber, which is a quarter of a person’s daily requirement.
Alles Europa News noted that Eating raspberries can prevent constipation and the development of diverticulosis.
Lemons, in turn, contain a lot of vitamin C, which maintains a healthy bacterial balance in the body and plays an important role in the formation of collagen, a protein necessary to protect the intestines.