How do natural anti biotics help the immune system to get rid of a threat?
Scientists are discovering new ways to use immunotherapy to fight a threat like cancer and also for healing Crohn's disease, colitis, arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis.
Researchers are discovering the role of PRO-biotics and PRE-biotics for a balanced, healthy immune system. How so?
There are big breakthroughs in our understanding of how our immune system actually "turns up" the inflammation leading to diseases such as Crohn’s disease, arthritis, colitis and MS.
Researchers say this has to do with gut bacteria, and how the immune system responds to a threat:
Researchers are finding that the immune system “turns on” inflammation to keep harmful substances at bay.
However, when this inflammation becomes constant, it sets the stage for auto immune diseases such as Crohn’s disease, colitis, arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, colitis and Multiple Sclerosis.
A key to helping the immune system keep a balance, scientists are finding, is the composition of microbes in the gut.
How does that work? A diversity of friendly bacteria are necessary for balanced health and a strong immune system without constant inflammation that causes diseases such as Crohn’s, colitis, arthritis and even MS.
One of these scientists, Dr. Joaquin Madrenas found that the immune system’s attempt to “balance” the microbes in the intestines with inflammation, can turn into long term inflammation. 1
With cancer, on the other hand, researchers are finding that the immune system was “off guard” and failed to give proper early warning signs against tumors and abnormal cells. When the immune system is strong, it naturally finds and gets rid of cancerous cells before they become a threat.
Immunotherapy is being used against cancer because scientists are finding that our own immune system can in fact rally against “tumor specific antigens.”
Our immune system is especially effective against cancer if able to produce enough of these Natural Killer Cells, so as to be able to eliminate:
Researchers around the world are studying how gut bacteria and the immune system can work in harmony, to eliminate the chronic inflammation that causes disease.
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For best health, it is best to FEED the friendly bacteria in the gut. How to do that? Supplements, yes. But also, eat the foods that FEED the good gut bacteria. These are called PRE-biotics.
Pre-biotics are fibrous, non-digested carbohydrates that foster the growth of PRO-biotic or friendly bacteria in the colon.
Fructans are a type of PRE-biotic carbohydrate that FEEDS PRO-biotic bacteria.
If you use a weight loss shake, make sure it contains fruits and fiber with INULIN. This is a fructan which is extracted from chicory root to increase the fiber content in foods.
A PRO-biotic supplement is not the whole story, because a healthy gut has a lot more diversity. For a strong immune system we need to eat a lot of PRE-biotics to feed the PRO-biotics that we can take as supplements or in foods.
For long term health we need to eat foods that are both PRE-biotic and PRO-biotic, but extra help may be needed for serious diseases.
Immunotherapy supplements will help restore strength and balance for the immune system.
People tend to recover more quickly and permanently from very serious illnesses when they add proven immunotherapy to their medical treatment.
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1 How the Immune system turns the dial up or down on INFLAMMATON Dr. Joaquin Madrenas: professor and Canada Research Chair in Human Immunology at McGill University
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