IBD, Colitis And The Wonders Of Probiotics

Ibd and Colitis must be supported with probiotics. Using the correct strains at the right time, can totally help change your life. Our main focus is on controlling inflammation. Once we can start calming our gut inflammation, our relaxaton can begin.

Not all immune cells are the same. In case you don’t know, most of our inflammation is from our immune system. There is a type of immune cell we must create to control inflammation. Probiotics help us create this guy.

Probiotics stimulate a gene called FoxP3. This gene tells our body to make more Regulatory Immune Cells. This means that over time, we’ll have better immune cells calming our inflammation.

ibd foxp3 gene

The 8 Strains of Probiotics For IBD

1) They support our gut wall, and the tight-junctions keeping it sealed.

2) They support the production of important immunoglobulins like Secretory IgA. This reduces inflammation.

3) They support an intelligent immune system, that softens reactions.

4) They support the formation of mucin, which lubricates, and protects our gut.

5) They support our oral tolerance of food. This reduces the likelihood of allergic reactions.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus

Lactobacillus Reuteri

Lactobacillus casei

Bifidobacterium bifidum

Streptococcus thermophilus

Bacillus subtilis

Bifidobacterium Infantis

Lactobacillus Sakei


Tight-Junctions Are Better For IBD

Our Tight-Junctions must stay tight. They keep all the crap out of our body. When they loosen, waste products can slip through and cause pain, swelling and inflammation.

Healthy probiotics help keep our Tight-Junctions tight. They make things called Short-Chain fatty acids (SCFAs) Our body uses SCFAs to build and strengthen our tight-junctions. 

tight junctions ibd

Remember it’s important to keep the inflammation down, so our gut can heal. Stay away from foods that you are sensitive towards. When we have IBD, we must find the things our body likes. Typically this is meat. Either chicken, beef, lamb, or pork. Often our body can digest animal meats with little, or no reaction.

We have another Post and Video speaking about Ulcerative Colitis. You should watch the video to learn much more about your body. 

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