Research has discovered there is a strong connection between the gut microflora and our immune system. It’s no surprise, then, that a weakened immune system can be caused by an impaired microbiome. Nutritionist Lisa Richards says, “We now know that about 70-percent of your immune system tissue is located in your digestive tract. These digestive symptoms can be a sign that your immune system is misfiring, which could leave you vulnerable to infections, autoimmune disorders, or chronic inflammation.”
Moreover, WebMD states that if you have diarrhea that lasts anywhere between 2-4 weeks or longer, it could be a sign that the lining of your small intestine or digestive tract is inflamed or damaged. Constipation is another concern. Bacteria, viruses, and other immune issues could be working against you.
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