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With Out A Healthy Colon, Cancer May Be Knocking At Your Back Door!

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Healthy colonic function is one of the keys to maintaining general physical well-being. Colon health, or ill-health, is the cause of many other problems; including nutritional deficiency. Millions of people around the world suffer from a variety of bowel problems. A good diet containing supplements such as bifidus live bacteria can go a long way toward maintaining a healthy colon. The World Health Organization has said that these bacteria, when used on a daily basis, provide these benefits and more.

Supplements containing bifidus live bacteria fall into the category of probiotics. Probiotics are those dietary aids that feature living microorganisms which bestow many health benefits upon those who take them. Think of them as the opposite of antibiotics, which aim to kill off microorganisms. A widely known and used probiotic is lactic acid bacteria, used to produce yogurt. Yogurts containing bifidus live bacteria are a good start to a healthy regimen, but a supplement will contain a higher concentration of the bacteria and are the ideal answer to these health woes.

In order to understand why bifidus live bacteria are key in any diet, a brief explanation of the waste removal process is necessary. The colon acts as the body’s sewage removal system. It is the passageway through which all toxic waste must pass. If these toxins are allowed to accumulate, serious problems will occur; having a negative effect on the entire body. Including bifidus live bacteria supplements in your daily dietary routing helps the whole body by keeping up colon function.

Several factors affect the general health of the colon. Amongst these are hydration, dietary fiber, the mucus lining and friendly bacteria; including bifidus bacteria. Bifidus bacteria reside in the colon and help maintain its important mucus lining. Without the bifidus bacteria, the mucus lining would quickly break down, causing the body’s waste products to harden and produce unhealthy bacteria in the colon. This causes fecal matter to get stuck inside the various nooks and crannies of the colon, slowing down the entire system. One of the results of this process is constipation, which often leads to irritable bowel syndrome and worst case your intestines stretch and form polyps that catch food and can become cancerous.

As the colon contains many symbiotic microorganisms, it is important to maintain a balance. Candida is yeast that normally lives in harmony with the human colon. If conditions become right, such as when the amount of bifidus bacteria decreases, an overgrowth of candida may occur. This condition, called Candidiasis, brings about a variety of problems: from fatigue and genital burning all the way to mood swings and strange appetite cravings. Candida may also increase from frequent use of antibiotics, sugar and oral contraceptives. A regular use of bifidus live bacteria helps fight this overgrowth of Candida. The healthy bacterium kills off the influx of unhealthy bacteria, thus restoring balance to the colon.

Many different forms of bifidus live bacteria are available. Most supplements come in capsule form. Some supplements contain a mixture of the bifidus bacteria with other bacteria to work as a team. If taking a capsule isn’t what you’re looking for, or if you’d like to include more of these helpful bacteria in your diet, look in the dairy section. Many different dairy products, such as yogurt, smoothies and cottage cheese are fortified with the bacteria, as are some cereals.

The colon ideally contains eighty five percent lactobacillus bifidus bacteria, and fifteen percent coliform bacteria, which indicates the sanitary level of the colon. When these percentages are out of balance or inverted, a sickness is not far off. An influx of bifidus live bacteria can reverse this colonic trend, restoring health to the body and happiness to the soul all the while preventing the onset of cancer.

Stevenson Gilbert, MPH, MD. Research focused on the public health, particularly focuses on understanding the transmission dynamics and multidisciplinary epidemiology, ecology and translational research-based approaches to identify prevention and control strategies that can be implemented in slum communities.

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