Comprehensive Intestinal Flora Diagnostics with KyberKompaktPRO
Intestinal flora, intestinal mucosa and the mucous membrane play a role in various chronic diseases. If the intestinal flora is altered unfavourably and the production of mucus is restricted, noxae such as pathogens, pollutants or allergens can penetrate to the mucous membrane. If the mucous membrane is also insufficiently supplied, the damaging noxa can penetrate into the mucous membrane. In the case of chronic inflammatory diseases, the natural microflora causes inflammation because it can get access to the epithelium and penetrate unimpeded into it.
Get answers to these questions:
- What is the intestinal flora?
- Is there sufficient mucus production to protect the mucous membrane?
- Is the nutritional supply of the intestinal epithelium sufficient?
Indications for the early detection and targeted therapy of various chronic diseases.
- Atopic disorders such as neurodermatitis and pollinosis
- Food allergies
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases
- Overweight, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes mellitus
- Metabolic syndrome
KyberKompaktPRO - the intestinal flora diagnostics
The KyberKompaktPRO provides answers. Diagnostics includes:
- Protective microflora: lactobacilli and bifidobacteria.
- Muconutritive flora: Akkermansia muciniphila and Faecalibacterium prausnitzii.
- Immunomodulating microflora: Escherichia coli and certain enterococci. They affect
structures of the intestine-associated immune system and are responsible for
the formation of an immune tolerance.
- Proteolytic microflora: Bacteria from the genera Clostridium, Proteus, Escherichia,
Klebsiella build proteins that enter the colon. From protein fermentation and nitrite,
the bacteria form nitrous compounds which attack the DNA and burden the liver.
- Optionally pathogenic germs
- Bacterio-physiological parameters
- pH of the stool
A productive team: Akkermansia and Faecalibacterium
The enumeration of the muconutritive microflora complements the KyberKompact analysis. Akkermansia muciniphila metabolizes the mucus. What has been classed as a pathogenic property has now been recognized by scientists as beneficial:
- the degradation stimulates the mucous membrane to produce new mucus
- through the degradation, Akkermansia muciniphila provides important nutrients
for Faecalibacterium prausnitzii.
Faecalibacterium prausnitzii converts the resulting oligosaccharides to butyric acid - the main nutrient of intestinal epithelial cells. Faecalibacterium prausnitzii is one of the most important producers of butyric acid in the intestine.
A diminished number of Akkermansia muciniphila and Faecalibacterium prausnitzii has been described in acute and chronic inflammatory processes in the intestine. If the affected patient eats nutrients which can be used by Faecalibacterium prausnitzii and Akkermansia muciniphila, they stimulate the growth of the two beneficial bacteria and thus improves the production of mucus and improve the health of the mucous layer.