Bad digestion and intestinal malabsorption can be co-triggers of various autoimmune conditions. Thankfully, enzymatic supplements and correct chewing are powerful tools to fight them.
A recent novel piece of evidence testifies how artificial sweeteners, especially those with no calories, should be regarded as one of the main triggers of weight gaining, by causing profound changes in the resident gut flora.
A correct and balanced composition of the intestinal microflora has been shown to play a role in regulating blood pressure, thus conferring a novel and striking role to probiotics.
The fibres you find in vegetables and fruit are not only good for your intestine, but also, and especially, for controlling allergies and food-related inflammation, thanks to an array of feelgood effects triggered.
More and more convincing evidence shows how important is the impact of the intestinal flora in determining everyone’s psycho-emotional balance and well-being.
Gut inflammation, dependent on the type of food usually eaten and on the dietary habits chosen, can definitely make the difference between who gains weight without knowing why and, instead, who can eat (sometimes a-plenty) without getting fat. For a…
When we engage in curing a food-related inflammatory condition caused by yeast and fermented substances (as for many years we have been doing at SMA, by offering specific therapeutic programs), we are aware of the possibility of using precise dietary…