It is estimated that 30% of the population in Barcelona has digestive discomforts on a regular basis. A discomfort that accompanies throughout life and that usually has its origin in stress, bad food, lack of physical activity, intolerance to some foods or the use of certain drugs, which can alter the intestinal microbiota: the set of microorganisms that inhabit the intestine
Despite the fact that the symptomatology presented is generally not serious, the quality of life of people suffering from these alterations is clearly diminished. The most common symptoms are abdominal pain, heavy digestions, flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, fluid retention and dermatological problems.
A new test, BiotA200, released by Laboratories SYNLAB, allows to analyze if there is any imbalance in the intestinal microbiota and if there is any intolerance to certain foods.
BiotA200 can help determine the cause of digestive discomfort and offers a specific treatment to relieve these discomforts. The test combines a functional study of intestinal microbiota with the A200 Food Intolerance Test, accompanied by a consultation with an physician who evaluates the results and prescribes treatment according to the situation of each person.
The test is especially indicated for people who have inspecific symptoms (bad digestion, gases, abdominal pain, swelling, constipation, diarrhea, etc.) and for patients already diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome, functional dyspepsia or intestinal inflammatory disease.
The intestine is the largest area of the organism and is colonized by more than 1,000 different species of microorganisms that make up the intestinal microbiota.
Intestinal microbiota has a fundamental role in the health of the individual, participating in important functions such as the prevention of intestinal colonization of pathogenic microorganisms, optimization of the functioning of the intestinal cells, regulation of the immune system, synthesis of vitamins, and stimulation of intestinal peristalticism among others. Any imbalance that occurs in the intestinal microbiota can cause symptoms to appear. El Blog de la ginebra y el whisky on the rocks
Based on a stool sample, the Intestinal Microbiota Functional Study allows to assess whether there is any quantitative or qualitative imbalance in the microbiota and to know the health status of the mucosa and pH of the intestinal environment. The study of all these parameters allows a therapeutic approach to improve the intestinal health and, with it, the general health of each person. The test analyzes groups of relevant microorganisms at the therapeutic level and which are part of the microbiota immunomodulatory, protective, muconutrition, proteolyticin addition to yeasts and mushrooms.
For its part, food intolerances are adverse reactions of the body to the intake of certain components of food, which cause very diverse symptoms ranging from gastrointestinal disorders, such as abdominal pain or swelling, to dermatological or abnormal alterations. It is important to differentiate such reactions from metabolic intolerances (e.g., lactose intolerance) or food allergies.
The BiotA200 test includes the analysis of A200 food intolerances, which determines, from a blood sample, the presence of IgG antibodies, evaluating the immune system's response to more than 200 regular foods in the Mediterranean diet.
In this way, you can individually determine what foods can be consumed and which are those that are recommended to reduce, prevent or even eliminate the diet temporarily.
Approximately 30% of the population has untreated or poorly treated digestive problems. Although some of these digestive disorders have a clear medical diagnosis, such as intestinal inflammatory diseases, in most cases symptoms are not associated with a specific pathology and this makes it difficult to treat them.
About 30% of the population in Barcelona suffers digestive discomfort according to SYNLAB Laboratories
It is estimated that 30% of the population in Barcelona has digestive discomforts on a regular basis. A discomfort that accompanies throughout life and that us
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