Gut We care

Good health starts from the gut… because 70-80% of our body’s immune system is concentrated in the gut. Many may have heard, “The gut is the body’s second brain.” Our gut contains millions of nerve cells. Thus, the intestines are known as the “second brain” of humans, and the human digestive system does more than just digestion, with the small intestine being the most important. But most people neglect to care that the small intestine is responsible for the digestion and absorption of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals directly into the body. In addition, the intestines also play a role in eliminating waste or toxins within the body. So when we have an excellent intestine, Our health is good too, whether it’s mood, skin, energy, metabolic system, sleep, and digestive system. But if the intestine is contaminated with toxins or toxins remain, it will cause inflammation of the intestine. Toxins penetrate the intestinal wall into the bloodstream and cause many diseases and symptoms, such as physical exhaustion, chronic muscle pain, migraine headaches, allergies, autoimmune diseases, obesity, stress, depression, anxiety, insomnia, dementia, Alzheimer’s or even cancer, etc.

How important is the gut microbiome, and what role does it play in our health?

Many research reports confirm that millions of microorganisms in the gut or gastrointestinal tract are associated with many chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, lipids, cardiovascular disease, etc. It also affects mood, the brain, and our behavior. The microbes in our gastrointestinal tract also play an essential role in our immune system’s intestinal microflora; good and evil characteristics exist. Probiotics are a group of “good microorganisms” in the gastrointestinal tract. When present in a reasonable amount, it helps the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and other body systems because these good microorganisms contribute to the absorption of nutrients, disease prevention, and treating abnormal conditions of the body. Prebiotics are food and non-living things the body cannot digest and absorb in the small intestine. But can be degraded by probiotic microorganisms. It stimulates the growth and function of probiotic microorganisms to work better. This prebiotics can be found in onions, garlic, soybeans, kidney beans, and fiber in fruits and vegetables. Prebiotics are food for probiotics. Therefore, eating prebiotic foods will help the probiotic microorganisms work better. It helps to balance the body system perfectly.

Gut We care Clinic at Wellness We Care Center, we focus on intestinal health and intestinal microflora balance. Aging is a crucial factor in disrupting the gut microbiome’s balance, in addition to our age and behavior, whether eating spicy food, eating sweet food, regularly use of antibiotics, consumption of refined flour, consumption of genetically modified foods, alcohol consumption, lack of exercise stress Insufficient rest, etc. All these things destroy the balance of microflora in the intestines. We, therefore, designed a program to restore intestinal health. To increase the efficiency of digestion and absorption of food and Balance the microbial flora in the gut With a holistic approach to care by integrating Thai traditional medicine that focuses on intestinal health rehabilitation with herbs combined with nutrition therapy with food that increases good microorganisms. By creating a menu based on plant-based nutrition principles, not extracted, unpolished, and low fat (PBWF) for you to enjoy a variety of healthy food menus that are delicious, fresh, and clean, using a variety of raw materials and vegetables, including various healing arts, including Ayurveda, lifestyle modification to restore balance to your gut health You’ll be treated to rejuvenation amid peaceful green spaces. It will help you relax and experience fresh nature, improve the efficiency of the treatment, and restore the digestive system and intestines.