Generally the immune and lymphatic systems are very efficient and defend the body against invasion of harmful substances. Although it is difficult to improve an immune or lymphatic system functioning normally it is possible to increase during periods of illness or fatigue. Change your diet, and certain aspects of his lifestyle have been proven to be effective in restoring immune function and resistance to infection.
The immune system: The immune system comprises all mechanisms that protect the body against infections by preventing any foreign substances or antigens, such as viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungal infection to enter.
It can be divided into two categories the innate immune system (1) and adaptive (2), both involving blood-borne factors (antibodies, cytokines (3)) and cells (phagocytes and lymphocytes B and T). Phagocytes ingest pathogens and kill them. The cells allow a specific immune response recognizing antigens (4) present on pathogens
[...] immune system that involves T cells The humoral immunity in turn, includes any immune response involving B cells The main nutrients involved are amino acids, essential fatty acids, certain vitamins B12, B6 and folic acid) and minerals (zinc, iron, copper and selenium) (Calder and Kew and Scrimshaw and SanGiovanni, 1997). A disruption of the immune system or immune function may be defective and caused by an unbalanced diet, excessive consumption of alcohol, excess weight (especially obesity) and vitamin deficiencies and / or minerals. [...]
[...] It is essential to have a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables and cereals so before removing these foods from your diet keep a diary (Appendix 1). Keep a food diary is helpful to identify foods or drinks trigger symptoms, food can therefore be changed. For example, if lactose intolerance milk may be replaced by soy milk, almond or rice. It is intolerance to gluten, potato, tapioca, rice and corn flour will substitute wheat, rye, oats, barley and maize. If you have any doubts or need advice, you can always go see a dietitian to help you identify any food intolerances such as gluten, lactose or fructose. [...]
[...] It can be divided into 3 parts: the duodenum, which connects the stomach to the intestine, the jejunum, which corresponds to the central part, and ileum, the terminal portion connected to the colon. Bile, produced by the liver and stored by the gallbladder will help digestion and absorption of lipids. It is also necessary for the absorption of fat soluble vitamins D and E). The pancreatic enzymes are complete digestion of starch, protein and fat. Chyme progresses throughout the small intestine by peristaltic movements At various levels of the intestine, the chyme will be degraded into molecules small enough to be absorbed through the intestinal wall and reach the bloodstream. [...]
[...] Recommendations It has been demonstrated that a moderate physical activity would increase the immune system and is effective for the prevention of certain inflammatory diseases or infections (Silveira et al., 2007). Studies have proven that allium such as onions and garlic were anti-infectious properties due to their high content of antioxidants and flavonoids in particular. They would fight the types of bacterial infections, fungal infections (caused by fungi), viral and parasitic (Konaklieva and Plotkin and Harris et al., 2001). Having a diet rich in antioxidants (vitamin C and carotenoids, selenium, etc) Found mostly in foods of plant origin especially carrots, peppers, tomatoes, green vegetables, seeds and oils, legumes and citrus, can stimulate both systems. [...]
[...] Pain, discomfort and embarrassment that causes irritable bowel syndrome can greatly affect quality of life of the individual. Some subjects are asked to restrict their diet due to pain generated by ingestion of food. Even if symptoms are mild they are nonetheless embarrassing and can affect the vitality of the individual, moral, social life can lead to absenteeism and a medication sometimes important. Therefore, the irritable bowel syndrome may become a public health problem. Cause The causes are uncertain what makes this condition difficult to treat. [...]
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