Our intestine is a key organ for our body, it is home to millions of bacteria; In fact, the human body is formed by bacteria that live in our intestine and are of different types and each of them has a role.
Some of the main tasks of our intestine are the good digestion and absorption of nutrients, the synthesis of vitamins, intestinal regularity and the proper development and functioning of the inmune system.
It is for this reason that if our microbiota is not healthy we can see it reflect it in our skin.
Some tips to keep it healthy are:
Avoid consuming processed foods.
Eliminate the sugar and replace it with sweeteners as honey, dates..
75% of your dish should be vegetables and foods of plant origin.
Eat “good fats” like omega3 or monounsaturated fats like virgin olive oil.
Fermented food such as tempeh, kimchi and miso contain large amounts of probiotics that promote the development of your macrobiota.
A healthy macrobiota is synonimous with a healthy and young looking skin. The macrobiota and the skin are closely connected, both are responsible for eliminating and preventing toxins from entering our body. They communicate with the immune and nervous systems and are composed of multiple microbiomes that need to live in harmony.
Do not forget your macrobiota!