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Health System No. 2: Gut dysbiosis and immunity:

When the capacity to stabilize the pH-value/acid level eventually falls short, the stomach wall starts to secrete more gastric acid and... more acid ends up in the intestines. This results in the so-called intestinal dysbiosis (disturbance of the intestinal flora/bacteria) and problems with the immune system. If you consider that the acidity of the stomach is between 2.5 pH and 4.0 pH and the acidity of the intestine is between 5.8 pH and 6.8 pH, you can imagine what happens to the pH value of your intestine. 

The intestine contains both good and bad bacteria. In case of a disturbed intestine pH-value (excess stomach acid), the good bacteria cannot survive well and the bad ones get the upper hand. This means that fungi can develop very well. These fungi release toxins/toxins that end up in the blood via the intestinal wall. Fortunately, the body has a functioning immune system and this starts immediately to clean up all toxins (toxins). However, this often limits the capacity to break down inflammations or other allergens in the rest of the body and causes reaction phases with, for example, pain because inflammations press on nerve tissue or allergic reactions because, for example, pollen enters the body through the nose and lungs. Normally these allergens are broken down by the white blood cells (leukocytes). However, if the bacteria in the intestine that ensure optimal Immunoglobulin Alpha (sIgA) production are insufficient, so-called 'mast cells' are produced. These mast cells also 'eat' the allergens but have the nasty property of also producing histamine. Histamine stimulates the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, lungs and intestinal wall, causing the known allergic reactions. Important 'culprit' is the 'yeast' Candida Albicans (and her 'counterparts' such as Candida Glabrata, Candida Cruseï, Candida Parapsilosis and Candida Tropicalis). These are yeast (moulds) and, as the name suggests, they feed on yeasts from bread, pasta, alcohol and sugars.

Take a moment to complete the questionnaire and send it to John Verhiel. Your degree of intestinal dysbiosis is calculated for you and indicated in numbers from 1 to +50. You will also receive advice on how to tackle your intestine and immune system.

Finally, it is important that you indicate in the questionnaire what your complaint(s) are, so that John can be of even better service to you. 

Questionnaire form Gut dysbiosis and immunity: