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Restoring intestinal flora with yogurt and what else you can do + recipes

  1. Meter hose and hollow inside, that's your intestines. Especially in your intestines a lot is happening that affects your health. In the past there was also a cartoon on television in which little people entered the body in a kind of submarine to solve all kinds of problems and then you saw that the intestines were crawling with creatures, who often had a fight with each other .

  2. Meter hose and hollow inside, that's your intestines. Especially in your intestines a lot is happening that affects your health. In the past there was also a cartoon on television where little people entered the body in a kind of submarine to solve all kinds of problems and then you saw that the intestines were crawling with creatures, who often had a fight with each other .

  1. It is important for your health that the good bacteria beat the bad bacteria in your intestines and then you have a good intestinal flora.

  1. However, anything can happen that disrupts the intestinal flora and causes the bad bacteria, viruses and fungi to win over the good bacteria. That is why in this article I will discuss ways to support your intestinal flora so that the good bacteria win. One of those ways is to eat yogurt.

Importance of a good intestinal flora

  1. Your gut is your body's second defense mechanism after your stomach to stop illnesses from poor nutrition or a sick kiss partner. The stomach acid already kills many unhealthy bacteria, fungi and viruses. The rest must be put in the intestines.

  1. If you have a good intestinal flora, you eat good bacteria, fungi, viruses and bad bacteria. As a result, they cannot pass through the intestinal membrane and your white blood cells have to remove the virus from your system.

  1. Illnesses such as the flu or candida infection are generally put in the gut, but sometimes not and you have to worry.

  2. Illnesses like the flu or candida infection are generally put in the gut, but sometimes not and you have to worry.

  1. A candida infection in combination with the flu can be life-threatening for someone with a weak immune system.

  1. That is precisely why a good intestinal flora is important. It supports your immune system so that it really only comes into action when there is a great need and so that it does not become overtired, so that you do not have enough white blood cells to make all bacteria, fungi and viruses harmless in your cardiovascular system with all its consequences.

Why can the intestinal flora become imbalanced

  1. There are several reasons why an intestinal flora can become imbalanced. There are two obvious reasons for an unhealthy intestinal flora.

  1. A long course of antibiotics can disrupt your intestinal flora. This is because antibiotics fight both bad and good bacteria. Especially with a long course of antibiotics, it is then quite empty in your intestines. As a result, your intestines often no longer function properly, because your intestines also need those good bacteria to properly digest, break down and absorb food.

  1. Another way in which your gut flora can become imbalanced is because you have an unhealthy diet. Fat and sugary food, for example, is not good for your good bacteria.

  1. In fact, sugar and fat is the food for the candida fungus. If it gets the upper hand in your gut, you have a problem and a real imbalance in your gut. Not only will candida not be fought, but other bacteria will also have too much room to harm your body.

  2. In fact, sugar and fat is the food for the candida fungus. If it gets the upper hand in your gut, you have a problem and a real imbalance in your gut. Not only will candida not be fought, but other bacteria will also have too much room to cause damage to your body.

Does yogurt help to restore your intestinal flora?

  1. Yogurt is often recommended because it is good for the bacteria in your intestines.

  1. This is because certain yogurts contain Bifidobaderium lactis BB-12Â (Bifidobacterium). Research in healthy people has shown that this can improve the intestinal flora and that this is also noticeable in the stool. For example, it improves the shape and thickness of the stool.

  1. Your stool is an important indicator of your intestinal flora. You have the best bowel movements when it is firm yet soft and has an S shape.

  2. Your bowel movements are an important indicator of your intestinal flora. You have the best bowel movements when it is firm yet soft and has an S shape.

  1. Other research even shows that yogurt not only helps to restore the intestinal flora, but also to make your stomach healthier and to strengthen your immune system.

Which yogurt should I eat to restore my intestinal flora?

  1. When you buy yogurt it is important that the yogurt contains the bifidobacterium. This is also stated on the packaging with the ingredients. If it's not there, you might as well not eat that yogurt.

  1. Always check the label before putting the yogurt in your basket to make sure that the yogurt will help you get your intestines back in order.

How much of this yogurt should I eat to restore my intestinal flora?

  1. During a course of antibiotics, it is recommended to eat 1 portion of yogurt 2 hours after taking the antibiotics to protect your intestinal flora.

  1. To restore your intestinal flora after a course of antibiotics, it is necessary to eat even 2 to 3 times as much yogurt per day for 2 weeks.

  1. To restore your intestinal flora, it is best to eat 2 to 3 bowls of yogurt a day for at least 10 days and in a serious case 14 days.

  1. You can then switch back to normal amounts of yoghurt, such as the yoghurt for dessert.

Other ways to restore the intestinal flora

  1. Besides eating yogurt, there are also other ways to restore your intestinal flora if it has become imbalanced.

  1. Just like yogurt, buttermilk is made from milk and made with the help of bacteria. As a result, buttermilk often also helps to restore your intestinal flora. Be careful if you suffer from lactose intolerance, then yogurt is better because the bacteria in buttermilk do not break down all the lactose in the milk, as is done to a large extent with yogurt.

  1. Sauerkraut has that sour taste, similar to yogurt, in that it is also fermented. As a result, it also has probiotic properties that support the functioning of the good bacteria in your intestines.

  1. Make sure you buy raw sauerkraut or unpasteurized sauerkraut. This is usually stated on the packaging.

  1. Jerusalem artichoke is not a very well-known vegetable, but it is very healthy for your intestines. This is because it contains fibers that help the bifidobacterium to grow. These fibers therefore have a supporting effect in improving your intestinal flora.

  1. You can eat them raw and cooked, just like the sweet potato.

  1. Almonds also help to grow your good bacteria. According to research, this only works if the fats are still in the almonds. Scientists therefore believe that the good bacteria use the lipids to grow.

  1. In addition, almonds also help to protect you against a cold or flu. Something you are more vulnerable to if you have been on a course of antibiotics.

  1. As can be seen with Jerusalem artichokes, fiber also helps to restore your intestinal flora. Eating more fiber-rich food is not only a good idea for that reason. Another advantage of fiber-rich food is that fungi, such as candida, cannot eat any of it, causing them to starve, as it were. This is only better for your gut flora.

  1. In addition, you can also leave a number of things to help your intestinal flora. If you leave sugary food and fatty food as much as possible, your gut will thank you for that too.

  1. Sugar and fat are what the "bad" bacteria and fungi like. This actually weakens your intestines.

  1. So leave biscuits, chocolate with less than 70% cocoa, fries and pizza for a while until your intestines are functioning properly again.

Recipes with yogurt that are good for your intestines

  1. To help you eat more yogurt to restore your gut flora, I have come up with some recipes to keep yogurt interesting. Variety of food makes you eat.

  1. A green smoothie with yogurt has several benefits for your intestines. If you do it right, you also have the fiber from the leafy vegetables that you put in it and you also get all kinds of vitamins and minerals that strengthen your immune system.

  1. Avocado is also a fruit that is very rich in fiber, just like the banana.

Preparation:

  1. Grab a blender or smoothie maker and put a small cup of water in it. Add a handful of spinach leaves to it. Cut the avocado in half and remove the stone. Spoon out the pulp and put it in the smoothie maker or blender. Peel the banana and cut it into pieces. Put those pieces in the smoothie maker or blender too.

  1. Switch the appliance on and switch it off when everything is well mixed, but you can still see pieces of spinach leaf. You need it for the fiber.

  1. Enjoy your drink!

  1. Another healthy way to strengthen your intestines is to combine yogurt with pieces of pear. Pear is a fruit that contains a lot of fiber, almost twice as much as in an apple! This will restore your intestines in 2 ways.

  1. The pear also has a sweet taste, which makes the yogurt taste a bit sweeter.

Preparation:

  1. Put the yogurt in a small bowl or bowl. Wash the pear well and cut it into pieces. Cut them so small that you are comfortable with stirring the yogurt. Add the pieces and stir well.

  1. Enjoy your meal!

  1. Another delicious recipe for a varied diet is to combine yogurt with a handful of blueberries. Blueberries naturally contain a lot of fiber, but almost more importantly: they also contain a lot of antioxidants. These may not directly help with your gut flora, but they do ensure that you get more energy and that your immune system becomes even stronger.

Preparation:

  1. Put the yogurt in a small dish or bowl. Wash the blueberries and add a handful of it to the yogurt. Stir well and enjoy!

Finallyâ €!

  1. Yogurt is a very good way to restore your intestinal flora if you suffer from an imbalance. It doesn't matter if this is because you are on a course of antibiotics or because bad bacteria, viruses and fungi have just gotten the upper hand in your gut.

  1. It is wise to eat 2 bowls of yogurt a day for about 10 to 14 days to restore your intestinal flora. Especially if you've just had a course of antibiotics.

  1. You can also eat other things to support your intestinal flora, such as sauerkraut, Jerusalem artichoke, almonds, and fiber-rich foods. Drinking buttermilk can also support good gut bacteria.

  1. Leaving sugar and fat foods alone, at least temporarily, is also wise to ensure that fungi do not receive nutrition and become weakened as a result.

  1. Do you suffer from an imbalance due to candida? Then you can also download this free e-book for even more tips to protect your intestines against this. 95% of the readers are very satisfied with the tips it contains.

  1. Click here to access the e-book.



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