INRAN “Nutrition, intestinal microflora and immune response” program
The immune system can be protected and maintained efficiently with the right diet. The type of food we eat has a direct impact on the quality of intestinal health.
Fiber is vital to the health of the intestine; foods rich in fiber are legumes (beans, soy, peas, chickpeas), whole grains (oats, wheat, barley, rye, barley), rice, buckwheat, fruits and vegetables, linseed, etc.
Vegetables have an effect on the intestine “probiotic”, which means that favor the formation of intestinal bacteria health benefits, they also help their growth.
Probiotics are of beneficial bacteria, our gut requires the presence of these “friendly” bacteria. They, in fact, greatly help the digestive tract function and nutrients.
The intestine can be helped by taking probiotics daily, that is, the useful lactic bacteria which come from dairy products such as yogurt, cottage cheese and probiotic sauerkraut also non-sterile. If you don’t consume these products on a daily basis or acute pathological situations (during antibiotic treatment, diarrhea, intestinal inflammation, etc), you can integrate the needs of these “friendly” bacteria of the intestine by taking supplements such as milk enzymes to regulate bowel function.
Not only that, by adding these good bacteria to our diet helps the immune system to stay stronger; prevents immune alterations affecting the obese, you will help prevent digestive disorders, fight infections, colds and the flu more effectively, and you can also adjust the mood.
The program Nutrition, intestinal microflora and immune response promoted by INRAN aims at broadening knowledge of the interaction between nutrients, intestinal microflora and immune system; at evaluating the role of probiotics and products containing these bacteria to prevent or improve intestinal inflammation; at providing guidance on the anti-inflammatory potential of certain nutrients, beneficial in the prevention of some human diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis, an inflammation of the colon, which is the longest part of the large intestine).