Microscopic organisms that live with us on our skin and inside our body are called microbiota or microbiome.
These are bacteria, viruses and other one-celled organisms (archea) that are live in our digestive system (from the mouth all the way to the anus), in the vagina, and on our skin. These beings have many functions and benefits for the human body and metabolism:
Illnesses associated with dysbiosis:
To do list for reverting dysbiosis and establishing a microbial balance:
If you think you are still not getting enough probiotics or you have one of the diseases listed above, you can take a supplement of probiotics from your pharmacy. Probiotics with the highest count and types of bacteria are the best. If you have problems eating raw vegetables and fruits due to digestive difficulties, you can take prebiotic supplements.
Patients who are using immunospressants, have cardiac structural problems and systemic diseases must ask their physicians for the pros and cons of probiotic use.