Diet and Intestinal Functions

The term “diet” is often mistaken and used as a synonym for weight loss, but this word indicates an alimentary regime. Naturally, a healthy and balanced diet helps to lose weight, but it also has other benefits. There are many diets, each with a different goal: weight loss, muscle mass increase, diabetes management, and so on.

There are diets rich in protein, while others require an increase in raw foods with a combined reduction of carbs and sugars, but they all have one thing in common: a balanced diet must support and improve organic functions, starting from the intestine. In order to do this, it’s better to avoid diets with a low amount of fiber or that are too drastic and might harm the intestinal bacterial flora.

One of the main benefits of a diet rich in fiber and probiotic food is that it helps keep the intestinal flora healthy. It is important to keep the intestinal functions regular in order to prevent illnesses and digestive disorders. Digestion is one of the most important processes taking place inside our bodies: with it, we receive the vitamins and the nutrients needed to function. This is extremely important to introduce the right “fuel” to make our bodies work in harmony.

With age, our bacterial flora tends to be much more vulnerable: factors connected to a poor diet, stress, the use of drugs and antibiotics, smoking, or alcohol consumption might harm the intestinal bacterial flora and lead to different conditions, such as diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, swelling, and a predisposition to get sick more frequently.

Therefore, it’s important to normalize our intestinal function by combining a healthy diet with the right amount of probiotics. Bidifice is a valid ally for balanced diets and aims to regularize intestinal functions.

Bidifice contains microorganisms in a unique form: we select bifidobacteria in a specific period of their life cycle, process them, and then freeze them with a technology that protects them and allows them to pass through the digestive phase without a scratch, resisting the contact of the gastric juices.

The time of their activation is calculated in a way to let them “wake up” exactly where necessary, inside the small intestine, where they can form their colonies that influence the qualitative composition of the microbiota.

Habits and foods recommended for a healthy and strong bacterial flora:

  • Have breakfast with fermented food: it’s always better to consume such foods on an empty stomach in order to deliver more benefits to the intestine.
  • Consume lots of fiber during lunch and dinner; it is particularly present in raw vegetables, legumes, and whole-grain cereals.
  • Starting a meal with a good salad helps your intestine to work better. Accompany a protein-heavy dish with a big portion of vegetables.
  • Eliminate refined foods rich in sugar: choose whole-grain cereals because they are rich in fiber and useful to the intestinal function. Combine, for example, a slice of whole-grain bread for lunch and dinner.
  • Eat fruit, as it’s naturally rich in fiber.
  • Drink a lot of water during the day.
  • Consume Bifidice regularly; it is a strong ally of your intestinal bacterial flora!

Bifidice can lead to fast results thanks to its innovative technology, which preserves good bacteria and transports them intact from mouth to intestine! 

SOURCES:

  1. https://www.educazionenutrizionale.granapadano.it/it/dieta-patologie/schede-sullalimentazione-per-patologie---adulti/dieta-e-menu-per-colite---sindrome-del-colon-irritabile/
  2. https://www.enterogermina.it/disturbi-intestinali/intestino-pigro#:~:text=È%20sicuramente%20raccomandato%20prediligere%20cibi,equilibrio%20della%20flora%20batterica%20intestinale.
  3. https://www.my-personaltrainer.it/stitichezza1.html

*Disclaimer
The information reported represents general guidelines and does not replace, in any way, a medical opinion. In order to ensure a healthy and balanced diet, it is always good to rely on the advice of your doctor or a nutrition expert.

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