Intestinal care

Intestinal care

Intestinal care

Take care of your bowel with these 6 tips. For more well-being you need a healthy intestine.

Intestinal mucosa

The intestinal mucosa is the size of a tennis court and therefore one of the most important organs in the body. The intestinal mucosa contains important enzymes to break down nutrients, which it then transmits into the blood; glands to produce intestinal juice and cells to protect against pathogens.

Intestinal bacteria

In our intestines there are good and bad intestinal bacteria, together they form the intestinal flora. The good intestinal bacteria are very important, they help in the utilization of nutrients, support the immune system and protect against pathogens.

Bitter substances

Foods rich in bitter substances such as apple vinegar, ginger and leafy greens can help improve digestion by promoting the formation of saliva and stomach acids.

Sports and exercise

Sport stimulates the intestines and thus digestive activity. There are various exercises that particularly stimulate the intestinal activity.


The enzymes promote the splitting of food. One should counteract an enzyme deficiency with the right nutrition.


Micronutrients are one of the most important groups of nutrients the body needs. These include above all vitamins and minerals. Vitamin A, riboflavin, niacin and biotin are important for maintaining normal mucous membranes.