Home > NewsRelease > Appetite and Weight Loss May Be Decided by Gut Bacteria
Text Graphics
Appetite and Weight Loss May Be Decided by Gut Bacteria
From:
Victoria Bowmann -- Cleansing and Detoxification Victoria Bowmann -- Cleansing and Detoxification
Phoenix , AZ
Monday, May 30, 2016


Healthy Probiotics
 

© 2016 Victoria Bowmann

Recent research findings reported in Cell Metabolism stated: "Our gut bacteria controls exactly when and how much you eat." There are bacteria in our intestines that produce proteins that signal appetite regulating nerve endings in the brain. This could contribute to weight loss!

20 minutes is the average time it takes for us to feel full after eating. This study found that the small doses of the proteins produced by the probiotics in the gut coincided with feeling full, which had a secondary effect of reducing food intake.

Another benefit of healthy probiotics is the increase in efficient and effective processes of the large intestine. While many believe that it is "only a trash can" for stool, this is far from the truth. When there are sufficient quantities and qualities of multiple strains of probiotics, the large intestine manufacturers certain nutrients, like B12 and Vitamin K, binds to toxins for elimination, allows the absorption of nutrients that may have been missed in the small intestines, and recycles water and bile for future use.

When multiple strains of probiotics are able to colonize and stabilize the large intestine, pathogenic microbes have a more difficult time disrupting the microbiome. There are some applications of probiotics that are far superior to others. Unfortunately, oral administration of probiotics is frequently ineffective due to gastric juices like hydrochloric acid and pepsin.

This research also found that inflammation decreased as did intestinal permeability, sometimes called leaky gut. Science continues to study the value of our gut's microbiome, yet we don't have to wait to receive the benefits.

My 25 years of clinical practice that included research and development has brought forth an application of probiotics that bypasses the digestive tract. It is called reflorastation. Find out more about it as: www.MyRealHealth.com

 
Victoria Bowmann
Phoenix, AZ
602-971-8392
Other experts on these topics