You may have heard that it is important to boost your immune system, but have you ever wondered what your immune system actually does to protect you? Let’s dive into what the immune system does and how it actually does it, in order to get a clear understanding of precisely how the immune system protects us from viruses.
But probiotics need food to survive. The cells that line the colon (colonocytes) and the good bacteria work together to protect you from invasion of harmful germs into your body, thereby preventing disease. They depend on the nourishment gleaned from food that is not digested in the stomach and small intestine. That’s where prebiotics come in.
Eating right, exercise, sleeping regularly, and having proper elimination are just a few of the activities that come to mind. However, what if there was another important level that very few think about? There is a tiny yet expansive world inside each person populated by bacteria that have a powerful impact on human health, vitality, and longevity.
The IMMUNE-GUT connection is one proactive way to protect yourself in this current immune compromised environment. Just protecting yourself from the outside is kind of like a soldier going into battle with full armor, but no weapons.