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Gut Microbiome and Autoimmune Diseases!

Microbiome refers to the diverse community of microorganisms. This inhabits the human body, particularly the gut microbiome, and is crucial in immune system regulation and overall health. There is growing evidence between Gut Microbiome and Autoimmune Diseases.

What is Autoimmune Disease?
An autoimmune condition occurs when the immune system can’t differentiate between harmful invaders and the body’s cells. As a result, the body’s defense system, designed to fight off bacteria and viruses, mistakenly attacks and harms healthy tissues and organs. Changes in lifestyle, diet, chronic stress, and exposure to certain chemicals found in pesticides and plastics cause this disorder. Industrial products, environmental pollutants, toxins, infections, and insufficient levels of Vitamin D trigger autoimmune responses in susceptible individuals.

What is Gut Dysbiosis?
The presence of beneficial gut microbes is vital in guiding the immune system to safeguard from invaders that enter our body through food and saliva. However, when gut dysbiosis occurs it is an imbalance where harmful microbes outnumber the beneficial ones. This will redirect the immune system to attack the body enabling them to thrive in the gut and various body parts, causing subtle, persistent infections. The rise in gut dysbiosis is attributed to improper food combinations prioritizing sensory satisfaction, exposure to harmful substances like pesticides, additives (such as preservatives and coloring agents), and environmental pollutants. Lifestyle factors like sleep deprivation and stress also contribute to this condition. Imbalances or dysbiosis in the gut microbiome, characterized by changes in microbial communities’ composition and function, have been noted in individuals with autoimmune diseases like Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), and Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Gut Microbiome and Immune System
Gut Microbiome and Autoimmune Disease
The gut microbiome plays a significant role in shaping the development and function of the immune system. It influences the delicate balance between pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory responses. When dysbiosis occurs, disrupting this equilibrium, can lead to immune dysregulation and heighten the risk of autoimmune reactions. Dysbiosis and inflammation within the gut can contribute to a condition known as leaky gut syndrome, where increased intestinal permeability allows microbial products and antigens to enter the bloodstream, triggering immune responses and potentially sparking autoimmune reactions.

Within the gut, microbes produce various metabolites, including short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), which possess immunomodulatory properties. Dysbiosis can disrupt the production of these metabolites, impacting immune regulation and potentially fostering the development of autoimmune diseases. Additionally, certain microbial components resemble human tissues or antigens, initiating cross-reactivity and autoimmune responses. Dysbiosis heightens the likelihood of molecular mimicry and the onset of autoimmune conditions. Gut Microbiome and Autoimmune Diseases have direct connections affecting the whole body.

Why test at AMMAGENOMICS?
Currently, probiotics, prebiotics, dietary adjustments, and fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) are therapeutic avenues to modulate the gut microbiome and manage autoimmune diseases. At AMMAGENOMICS, we offer PCR-based microbiome tests to find the root cause of autoimmune diseases. Free treatment counseling and dietary suggestions are given for a complete cure. Using advanced technology, we offer personalized diagnostic care that prioritizes addressing the root cause, and prevention and offers excellent, 100% effective cures for these conditions. The results are given in a quick turnaround time. Reach us/WhatsApp at +91 7200636219 for more details. To know more about us visit our website www.ammagenimics.com.

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