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Gut Development Proteins

Gut Development Proteins Background

The gut is an important digestive organ of the human body and the largest detoxification organ of the human body. Therefore, the state of the gut determines the appearance and beauty of the human body. The gut refers to the digestive tract from the pylorus of the stomach to the anus. It is the longest segment of the digestive tract and the most important part of the function. The mammalian gut includes three large segments of the small gut, large gut and rectum. A large amount of digestion and absorption of almost all of the digested products are carried out in the small gut. The large gut mainly concentrates the food residue, forms feces, and is excreted through the rectum through the anus.

The gut is an important digestive organ of the human body. Figure 1. The gut is an important digestive organ of the human body.


The biggest immune system in the human body is the intestines! Most of the germs are eaten from the mouth, and the main route of bacteria entering the body is the intestines. It is not difficult to imagine that the health of the intestine depends on the activity of the intestines. These germs will be resistant to the beneficial bacteria in the intestines. They will not invade other cycles of the human body in a short period of time, and will soon be excreted with the urine and urine, which naturally cannot cause illness. In terms of self-healing ability, the intestine plays a more important role. In fact, the body's self-healing ability is very strong. The German national research institute said in a 2001 research report: "If the substance that can treat the disease is called - If you take medicine, the body itself can produce more than 10,000 kinds of medicines! More than 70% of the more than 10,000 medicines are in the intestines. The general disease can be cured by these medicines. What's more, other immune, detoxification systems, such as liver, serum, and lymphatic system. Both need the nutrition provided by the intestines to survive. In this sense, the intestine is the body's largest immune organ, and it is no exaggeration for the intestinal movement to support the entire life.


The metabolic cycle of the intestine is 2 weeks. To regulate the intestinal tract, it is necessary to follow the law and improve the autonomy. Sticking to the 2 weeks of intestinal repair, you can clearly feel the improvement of the intestines, the relief of constipation, the slowing of diarrhea, and the improvement of vomiting, anorexia, non-absorption, etc., and persist for a long time, every 2 You can feel a qualitative improvement in the intestines in the week, which is a spiraling state.

Nursery cycle

As the pace of modern life accelerates, many people do nothing but speed and ignore the consequences. In terms of physical maintenance, the performance is the most typical, and everything is quick and demanding. Some people still do everything they need: constipation, laxatives, diarrhea, antibiotics, weight loss, and liposuction... In fact, these are the laws that destroy the body. Seriously harming the health of the body will ultimately not pay off. The human body is a large system. The organs in the human body have their own cycles of renewal and repair. For example, the liver needs 5 months, the lungs take 2 to 3 weeks, and the intestines take about 2 weeks. Therefore, if there is a problem in the intestine, intestinal nursed back to health is a gradual process, the entire nursery process should follow the intestinal self-circulation cycle, about every two weeks there will be a qualitative improvement. Then on the basis of improvement, we will enter a new cycle again and then get further improvement. In this cycle, the whole nursed back process will spiral up until the intestines fully recover.


  1. Quigley, E. M.; et al. Gut bacteria in health and disease. Gastroenterology & Hepatology. 2013, 211 Suppl 1: 21–30.

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