Probiotic immune system support can improve your overall well-being. Probiotics generally enhance your immune system by improving the condition of your digestive organs, particularly your stomach.
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The Connection Between Digestion and Immune Health
Your stomach often gets exposed to toxins or irritants before any other part of your body. If you eat something questionable, it goes directly to your gut. Then, in response, the stomach contains around 25% of the body’s immune cells.
Scientists have shown that the gut also participates in around 50% of your immune response. A large part of this immune response comes from the bacteria that naturally occur in your stomach and intestines.
The Importance of Your Intestinal Bacteria
Naturally occurring bacteria—or microbiota—play a big role in the health of your body. Most people have around 400 different types of bacteria living in their digestive systems. Healthy systems contain trillions of individual bacteria that we never see.
However, they still play a pivotal role in protecting your health. The bacterial composition of your gut helps provide a healthy environment for your immune cells, reducing inflammatory disorders. Issues with imbalances could influence conditions like:
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
- Metabolic syndrome
- Rheumatoid arthritis
Scientists have even connected imbalances in digestive flora to issues like high blood pressure. Supporting the health of your microbiota system helps you feel better throughout your body.
Probiotics Support Your Digestive and Immune System
Many people do not recognize the benefits of probiotic immune system support. Probiotics are living microorganisms that you eat through certain foods, drinks, or supplements. These microorganisms travel through your digestive system and support your natural microbiota.
Different strains of probiotics impact other parts of your digestive system. Generally, these microorganisms briefly grow in your stomach or intestines. They help create conditions that encourage colonization by your natural flora during their growth.
How to Introduce A Probiotic to Your System
Do you want to support the health of your immune system with probiotics? If so, you can start adding more probiotics to your system by eating certain foods. Generally, fermented foods contain probiotics, like:
However, these are only examples of foods that contain live probiotic cultures. You also need to make sure that you keep these foods at the proper temperature. This avoids killing the probiotic colonies they support.
You also can take probiotic supplements designed to support your immune system. These supplements allow you to add valuable microbes to your system daily. (Without making changes to your diet.)
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