Mucosa [intestinal]

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Mucosa [intestinal]: the mucin based protective lining of the intestinal gut wall.

Overview

 

MUCOSA: the mucus lining of the wall of the large and small intestine.  Mucous is made by specialized mucin producing bacteria.  Mucous protects and seals the gut wall, so food will not leak into the blood stream.  Deterioration of the mucosa causes the tight-junctions of the gut wall to open, which causes autoimmune responses such as: allergy, leaky-gut, skin outbreaks, brain fog, rashes, asthma, etc.  Antibiotics, medications and fungal yeast RAVAGE the intestinal mucosa.  Chlorinated, city drinking water and fluoride do long-term damage the intestinal tract.  So does traumatic and ongoing stress.

Mucin is produced by certain specific species of intestinal bacteria [Akkermansia municiphilia, Faecalibacterium and certain Bifidobaceria species] that need a regular supply of oligosaccaride substrate to make healthy mucous.

When these bacteria are supplied with substrate, mucin production in the intestinal tract increases, providing protection for the tight junctions of the intestinal gut wall.

When the microbiota and intestinal mucosa is disturbed or becomes perturbed by stress, bad diet, fungal invasion and especially ANTIBIOTICS, friendly bacteria die and release toxic chemicals that OPEN THE TIGHT JUNCTIONS OF THE GUT WALL.

Infections such as Clostridium difficile [C-diff] and methicilllin-resistant staph aureus [MRSA] attack and overwhelm the mucosa and destroy the microbiota with serious consequences and even death.  As of year 2018, approximately 100,000 people die each year and 500,000 infections occur from these two rogue mutants..

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Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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