The human intestinal flora is made up of countless bacteria
: About one trillion of these microorganisms populate your intestines. They work diligently, digest the food you eat, and ensure that harmful substances or pathogens are kept in check and safely transported out of your body.
The exact composition of the microbiome
in every human. Ideally, the "good" and "bad" bacteria balance each other out. But for various reasons it can happen that one or the other species gains the upper hand. That can express itself completely differently: for example in a weight increase, in food incompatibilities or a general weakening of the immune system.
In addition to the general recommendations for a balanced diet - including lots of vegetables, fruit and fiber - there are always some recommendations especially for you
. This will promote the bacteria you need and contain the potentially harmful bacteria.