The functioning of the digestive system and microbes affect not only the health of the digestive tract but also a person’s well-being as a whole. Stomach problems and bowel diseases are common, often awkward, and even disabling.
It is also important to rule out certain food allergies by conducting laboratory tests.
With good nutrition, we can improve the condition of our intestine and repair damage to mucous membranes. The body’s ability to protect the mucous membranes and to repair damage that has already occurred is dependent on whether the person gets enough good-quality nutrition and essential micronutrients. Individual pharmacotherapy, a healthy diet, and suitable micronutrients such as vitamins, trace elements, and fatty acids have great importance to intestinal health.
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Patients with IBD should be checked for micronutrient deficiencies on a regular basis and specific deficits should be appropriately corrected.