Dysbiosis

carlymerlo
Mind Map by carlymerlo, updated more than 1 year ago
49
1
0

Description

3rd Nutritional Therapeutics 1 Mind Map on Dysbiosis, created by carlymerlo on 07/31/2013.
Tags

Resource summary

Dysbiosis
1 Dysbiosis is the shift in balance of normal microflora (type and quantity, metabolic activity and distribution) in the large intestine, resulting in a microbata which produces harmful effects
2 Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
3 Causes
3.1 Stress
3.2 Poor diet
3.3 Decreased digestive secretions
3.4 Antibiotics
3.5 Excessive alcohol
3.6 Altered bowel motility
3.7 Immune suppression
4 Symptoms
4.1 Local symptoms
4.1.1 Indigestion
4.1.2 bloating
4.1.3 nausea
4.1.4 diarrhea/constipation
4.2 Associated with diseases
4.2.1 Immune disregulation
4.2.2 inflammation
4.2.3 metabolic disturbances
4.2.4 Systemic
4.2.4.1 Autoimmune
4.2.4.1.1 Rheumatoid arthritis
4.2.4.1.2 Ankalising spondilitis
4.2.4.1.3 Allergies
4.2.4.1.4 UTI's
4.2.4.1.5 Thrush
4.3 GIT
4.3.1 Irritable bowel syndrome
4.3.2 inflammatory bowel disease
4.3.3 enteric infections
5 Leads to:
5.1 Increased intestinal permeability, pathogens adhere to epithelial lining and damage tight junctions
5.2 Inflammation: pathogens induce epithelial cells to secrete inflammatory cytokines, adhesion molecules, and major hitocompatibility complex class II molecules, stimulates immune cells eg neutrophils, monocytes, lymphocytes and eosinophils
Show full summary Hide full summary

Suggestions

Treatments for Hypochlorhydria
carlymerlo
Diagnosis of Leaky Gut
carlymerlo
Hypochlorhydria
carlymerlo
Treatment Aims for Leaky Gut
carlymerlo
Dysbiosis Treatment
carlymerlo
Pancreatic insufficiency
carlymerlo
Leaky Gut
carlymerlo
Treatment aims for pancreatic defficiency
carlymerlo
Hypochlorhydria
carlymerlo
Pancreatic Insufficiency
carlymerlo
How to treat a leaky gut
carlymerlo