The digestive process is a kind of a process through which our body absorbs nutrients from food and distributes them throughout the organs and tissues and it is supported by some quite beneficial bacteria in our gut which play an important role. But, these kind of bacteria can easily get overwhelmed and destroyed by harmful bacteria types, resulting in impaired digestion and the development of numerous diseases and conditions.
Years ago, the doctors thought that the acidity of the digestive juices in the stomach can destroy any type of bacteria, but recent studies have shown that bacteria such as H. Pylori can survive the acids and still grow, and half of the world’s population lives with it. Even though not many people are aware of it, H. Pylori can be found in almost anyone’s stomach, and although pretty dormant, it can be quite destructive.
The H. Pylori has the power to lodge itself in the intestinal tract and adapt to the environment. It can as well develop antibiotic resistance, and then slowly chip away the mucosal lining and destroying the beneficial bacteria. With this