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Cedar nut oil helps maintain a healthy intestinal microflora

Cedar nut oil helps maintain a healthy intestinal microflora

Microflora (microbiota) is the name for the totality of all types of bacteria living in the human intestine. There are more than 50 species of them, and not all of them are useful - there are also pathogenic, harmful bacteria that are fought by useful ones. Microflora influences two important aspects of health:

- Digestion. It is in the intestines where important nutrients are separated from toxins and useless elements. Bacteria are directly involved in this work: the microflora helps to absorb and synthesize vitamins and remove harmful substances from the body.

- Immunity. Beneficial bacteria suppress the growth of pathogens of infectious diseases, thereby supporting the protective functions of the whole organism. In addition, intestinal bacteria stimulate the synthesis of immunoglobulins, special proteins that increase the body's defenses against dangerous infections.

Cedar nut oil helps maintain a healthy microflora, as it heals the intestinal mucosa, contains prebiotic substances, and eliminates risk factors for dysbacteriosis.

Cedar nut oil is good for the intestinal mucosa

With any diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, there is a high probability that the microflora will suffer. This is due to the fact that the intestinal mucosa is a habitat for bacteria, and any violation of its integrity (for example, with a peptic ulcer) leads to the destruction of beneficial bacteria. Harmful bacteria, having no more deterrent factors, begin to multiply actively. [1]

Cedar nut oil has emollient and healing properties, so it can be used to treat gastrointestinal diseases. In addition, it contains substances useful for the mucous membrane:

Vitamin A is the main nutrient for the regeneration of any tissues, including the mucous membrane.

Folic acid also promotes cell renewal, thereby healing the intestinal mucosa.

Zinc is not only good for the mucosa, but also contributes to the normal functioning of the spleen - an organ that produces some beneficial bacteria to fight harmful microflora. Thus, zinc prevents harmful bacteria from multiplying in case of damage to the intestinal mucosa.

Cedar nut oil contains prebiotic nutrients

Prebiotics are substances that are not absorbed or digested in the stomach and small intestine, but create favorable conditions for the growth and reproduction of beneficial bacteria. Cedar nut oil contains two types of prebiotics that have been scientifically proven to be effective: polyphenols and pectins. [2]

In addition, cedar nut oil contains excipients for prebiotics. These nutrients ensure effective action of prebiotics. It is amino acids arginine and valine, as well as the antioxidant vitamins A and E.

Cedar nut oil eliminates risk factors for dysbacteriosis

The health of the microflora is directly affected by lifestyle: proper nutrition, sleep patterns, and the absence of bad habits. All this depends solely on you. However, there are also risk factors that are difficult to influence. For example, it has been proven that the balance of microflora is disturbed by stress. [3] Cedar nut oil is good for the nervous system and helps fight stress due to the fact that it contains methionine, tryptophan, and B vitamins. It also helps to establish sleep patterns and quickly remove from the body any pathogens that get inside with improper nutrition. While the oil is not a substitute for a balanced diet, it does reverse the effects of a single violation of a healthy diet.

Cedar nut oil is a prevention of dysbacteriosis in children

A person receives the intestinal microflora from the moment of birth, and it develops actively during the first 7-10 years. Although the microflora changes throughout life depending on many factors, in the first years of life it is important to provide the child with a set of nutrients necessary for the formation of a healthy microflora. Not all medicines can be used for children. Cedar nut oil is a completely natural remedy that can be used by the whole family, including a child from the first year of life.

If you want to support your immunity and ensure healthy digestion, take care of your microflora. Cedar nut oil will help you with this.


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[1] Allaire JM, Crowley SM, Law HT, Chang SY, Ko HJ, Vallance BA. The Intestinal Epithelium: Central Coordinator of Mucosal Immunity.

[2] Sanders ME, Merenstein DJ, Reid G, Gibson GR, Rastall RA. Probiotics and prebiotics in intestinal health and disease: from biology to the clinic.

[3] Molina-Torres G, Rodriguez-Arrastia M, Roman P, Sanchez-Labraca N, Cardona D. Stress and the gut microbiota-brain axis.

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