Relationship Between Immune System And Inflammation
There is a strong relationship between a healthy microbiome and a healthy gut. If unhealthy, this can cause significant cell damage and inflammation. Are you doing all you can to reduce gut inflammation
It's important to sometimes go back to the fundamentals concerning the “Bugs,” or the microbiome in our gut. Now, our bodies contain thirty to fifty trillion additional cells of microorganisms living in your intestines, and though, these microorganism do not weigh a significant amount in terms of pounds, they really improve our health in numerous ways that extend far beyond this article. The primary place to begin looking at our microbiome is within the gut itself.
Recent analysis has shown that the smart microorganisms move in tandem with the thin tissue cells lining of the gut so, the ultimately the cells of the immune system fight the unhealthy microorganisms like the most common forms of food poisoning, Salmonella. Now, salmonella evokes a powerful inflammatory reaction.
We all know that, right? Salmonella isn't good. But inflammation is a beneficial issue as this helps to attack and destroy the unwanted germs. Sadly, inflammation that goes unchecked may also harm healthy gut tissue.
However, all of the good microorganisms help slow down inflammation by interacting with cells of the system that, in turn, secrete those beneficial molecules that inevitably reduce inflammation. This is the key, the constant communication between our cells that are able to reduce inflammation caused by foreign invaders in our body and scale back inflammation. This balance the microorganism creates between inflammation and foods alone simply amazes me on it's “job” as the microorganism that ultimately work to keep people healthy.
In today's podcast episode, I look at the relationship between immune system and inflammation and toxic invaders like Salmonella, and how chronic toxicity answers the question does inflammation cause cell damage.
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Jared Toay, aka. the "Digestion Dude" or "Mad Scientist" has actively been promoting the importance of gut health and digestion for more than 5 years. A weight loss researcher, bodybuilder, and creator of a wide variety of fermented foods and drinks, he has had a lengthy journey on his way to healthy living. As an accomplished author and speaker, he has found that the best way to be awakened to our full potential inside and outwardly to the world is through strengthening the gut and brain connection. If you are ready to experience why you are such an amazing human, be sure to follow him on all his social media platforms where you hang out.
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