The Digestive System: The A’s and Z’s of Health and Wellness

You’re late for a job interview and you feel sick to your stomach with anxiety. As you prepare to meet your date, you feel butterflies in your stomach. No bite when you’re feeling down psychologically… How does the digestive system find a way to affect every aspect of your daily life?

It is hidden in the walls of your digestive system “second brain” from your body! There are about 100 million neurons in your gut that are in constant communication with the brain and “talk” with special signals through 3 channels – the nervous, endocrine and immune systems.

Feeling good starts from within

The gut is your body’s largest sensory organ. This means that he already knows what is going on inside you. That’s why it sits in the belly of your emotions.

In fact, the digestive system secretes 90% of it serotonin of the body, which plays a key role in your mood as it affects appetite, emotions, movements, behavior and nervous system functions.

Good health “passes” through the stomach

Your gut is home to millions of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and microbes – the so-called microbiome.

Although many people think of bacteria as harmful invaders, your body relies on some of them to perform many important functions. They help you digest your food, strengthen your immune system, and produce substances your body needs to stay healthy.

There is a delicate balance of bacterial populations in the digestive system. When this balance is disturbed, harmful bacteria can cause various diseases.

Note also that about 70% immune your system is in the digestive system. That is, your digestive system is lined with antibody-secreting cells. So keeping your insides healthy is the key to protecting yourself from outside germs and viruses.

“what are you eating”

The more we learn about the microorganisms that live in our guts, the more true this old adage seems to be. Gut flora is significantly affected by various factors, such as stress, medications, and perhaps most importantly, our daily diet.

The good news is that there are some “friendly” bacteria called probiotics that can restore balance to the gut flora. These bacteria are mainly found in fermented foods such as yogurt and kefir.

To keep your digestive system* functioning normally on a daily basis – without compromising on taste – Activia offers a range of tasty products to satisfy even the most demanding.

If you are a fan of the classics, h Activia It has white yogurt with a rich taste and a velvety texture cow 2% and white 2%combine them with anything you like.

Activia yogurts contain the probiotic agent Bifidus ActiRegularis® in addition to the usual lactic acid cultures.

It is essentially a unique microorganism belonging to the species Bifidobacteria, which after numerous clinical studies has been proven to be able to live and multiply in dairy products and also to survive passing through the entire gastrointestinal tract.

The kefir Unique by Activia because it combines kefir culture and Bifidus Actiregularis® probiotic cultures. It is an ideal choice for your smoothies as it mixes very easily thanks to its extremely creamy texture. Alternatively, you can drink it straight from the bottle or serve it in a bowl with your choice of ingredients.

If you’re looking for a light and refreshing snack that you can enjoy anytime without getting bored, Activia has a range of fruit yogurt desserts with just 2% fat, such as

Each cup contains 4 billion cultures of Bifidus Actiregularis, which preserve the rich taste until the product expires.

If you’re still looking for a hearty dessert that “comes” with you everywhere, you can choose from two flavors:

*Activia products are a source of calcium. Calcium contributes to the normal functioning of digestive enzymes in the context of a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Find the flavor that suits you and take care of your digestive system every day.

The digestion ours A and Oh for health and health to us. So let’s begin A = Activia.

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