Boosting Immunity 15: Your gut microbiome is key to your immune system and healthOct 05, 2021
Today’s broadcast is about your gut. Yes, your intestinal system is key to your immune system and right in the middle of that is bacteria, yes, you heard right, bacteria. https://scientifichealer.com/immune Get your free course on boosting your immune system.
Bacteria exist everywhere on your skin inside and out. We are part of a symbiotic system with bacteria to help provide you with what you need to stay alive. It is key to your immune system, it keeps the pathogens at bay, it produces vitamins, and neurotransmitters.
Dr. Anastasia Chopelas is the scientific healer and author of The Diamond Healing Method, written about an integrated healing approach based on molecular and vibrational physics. Today, Dr. Anastasia discusses all about gut health and how to keep it in optimal condition.
Standout Quotes on boosting your immune system:
- "Boosting your immune system with lifestyle choices like eating various healthy nutrients while avoiding the unhealthy habits support your energy healing. Even though I use energy healing daily, practicing healthy habits has helped me become healthier now it's 68 than I was in my early 40s."
- “There is two to three times the number of bacteria as there are cells in your body. You have microbiomes on your skin, your gut, your private parts, your mouth anywhere on and in you."
- "The beneficial bacteria in your gut weigh between two and four Five pounds. The estimate is that there are about 150 trillion bacteria. We have about 50 trillion cells. That's a huge, huge number. And it's almost impossible to imagine."
- "If you maintain the ratio of at least 85% good bacteria in the gut, you will not generally suffer from Dysbiosis.
- "If a healthy microbiome was transplanted into a sick and even overweight person and help that person get well and, and then lean down, this kind of research was ongoing to help people's immune system, and it worked."
- "Avoid Glyphosate bound in roundup type herbicides, especially these are known to kill off your gut bacteria. When they tested them on humans, it didn't affect your human life; it affected your bacterial life badly. That means that most corn, oats, wheat, and soy will contain my newts, quantities of this material."
Key Takeaways on helping your microbiome:
- We are a symbiotic organism. Bacteria are present on every surface of your skin, both inside and out. With microorganisms assisting in providing you with the nutrients you require to survive. It is critical for the immunological system. It protects against diseases and synthesizes vitamins and neurotransmitters.
- Dysbiosis or microbiome imbalance occurs when harmful microorganisms take over. Your gut bacteria are critical to the health of your immune system. In your gut, you should have at least 85 percent good bacteria to 15 percent pathogenic bacteria.
- What kind of bacteria are beneficial? You've probably heard of these, mainly if you read the label on the outside of your yogurt carton. They contain a variety of lactobacillus strains as well as bifidobacterium. They multiply when you look after them, yourself.
- On the other hand, bacteria such as E. coli, listeria, Helicobacter pylori, which causes ulcers, salmonella, and staphylococcus, can all have a devastating effect on you. Specifically, there are four types of pathogens: bacteria, fungi (such as those that cause athlete's foot or Candida), viruses, and parasites.
- Around 1000 particular species of bacteria have been discovered. Scientists believe that this represents between one and ten percent of the germs that could exist. It's only that around 80% of them fall inside that popular range, while the remaining 20% fall outside of it.
- When you eat something that contains bacteria or other pathogens, your stomach is the first line of defense. · Some benefits of a healthy intestinal system include: It aids in the digestion of nutrients like fiber, which usually is not broken down. It modulates the immunological system. It produces beneficial neurotransmitters like serotonin, melatonin, and dopamine. It was once used to control appetite and weight.
- A healthy microbiome starts in the mouth, and you'll need safe toothpaste and mouthwash. Use only xylitol and stevia as sweeteners as they do not affect the gut flora adversely. Get plenty of whole organic produce, especially leafy greens, which are high in fiber. Bitter foods seem to feed the beneficial bacteria and boost the immune system. Consume prebiotic foods like artichokes, bananas, asparagus, and apples, as well as prebiotic powder, to help populate your stomach with good bacteria.
- Most people lack the enzymes required to digest dairy effectively, and dairy acidifies the body, neutralizing the impact of calcium in milk. So you can get probiotics in different ways. It is available in pill, jar, and refrigerator form at many health food stores. You can eat foods like sauerkraut, kambochia, but watch out for foods ad drinks that are too sweet.
- Sugar feeds pathogenic germs, as do high glycemic foods like white bread, flour, and potatoes. The latest hybrid grain strains have been demonstrated to damage the gut lining and have had their DNA irradiated to assist them in producing what they want, resulting in damaged DNA and ill health.
- Artificial sweeteners such as saccharin, sucralose, and aspartame can rapidly eliminate intestinal microorganisms, similar to antibiotics. Erythritol with Monk fruit, xylitol and stevia appear to have little effect on the beneficial bacteria in the gut. However, some persons will feel an increase in gas when using xylitol and erythritol. These are called sugar alcohols; they are not metabolized in the same way as sugar and do not provide food for pathogenic bacteria.
- Antibiotics kill all biotic organisms inside you. That includes meats treated with it. So, conventionally reared beef thrives on grass as its primary food source. They feed them grain to ensure accurate cuts. While corn is often grown with care, it causes gastrointestinal dysbiosis in the impoverished cow. Then they get sick. So they get antibiotics to stay healthy.
- Sanitizers and skin creams containing chemicals contain bacteria-killing agents. People use this, which affects their gut microbiome; they continue to use it on their hands because they do not always have access to a faucet.
- Getting sufficient sleep when your body repairs itself is one of the essential support activities for a healthy microbiome. At least two quarts or two liters of clean water should be consumed each day. Because it helps activate your lymph system, exercise for at least 20 days and 20 minutes per day. Aside from walking, a brief 10 to 15-minute healing audio will assist you in de-stress quickly. Please take a deep breath in and hold it for a few seconds before releasing it twice or three times.
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Episode Timeline for helping your good bacteria thrive
[00:01] Boosting the immune system
[00:22] The Gut
[01:16] Bacteria inside us
[02:07] The Essential Ratio of Good and Bad Bacteria
[03:02] The Good Bacteria
[03:28] Different Pathogens
[04:03] Pathogen: Virus
[06:05] Tips on maintaining a healthy amount of good bacteria
[11:46] The horrors behind artificial sweeteners
[14:07] Sanitizers and Hand Creams
[15:15] Lifestyle Adjustment to Aid Gut Health
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