The gut for me is the most tricky creature in our body, it’s a big communicator that cannot be understood, if your mindset is linear. It is a highly interactive tube with a gigantic surface. A leak in this massive convolute is, if not related to illness, at least to discomfort.
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THE LEAKY GUT
To look through the gut in the true sense of the word is a job we did not manage to master until today.
The Gut – our Nature in Figures
One to four kilograms of bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites and probably many more forms of life our gut is the habitat for. This highly active life within us surmounts round about 10 times our body cells.
The greater the diversity of this well known organ called microbiome the better for us and our wellbeing. We depend on these microorganisms.
The gut’s cell lining (epithelia) carries villi and microvilli, myriads of tiny fingers that stretched out give the gut a surface of about 32 sqm.
These cells are closely connected, with no holes they are softly harmoniously, not stuttering talking to each other.
All the gut cells are negatively charged. The proteins they synthesise give them shape. Structure and spatial orientation are essential properties from which functions emerge.
Why do I talk about this as it sounds so theoretically? Sorry, but it is not theory, it just countermoves to the dominating narrative, now more than ever before, since the reckless rollout of the vaccines.
Biology and in its tailwind medicine don’t understand until today the complexity of all life. Science extracts humans from all other living beings as being special. The consequences of this mindset are dire and destructive, and one of the many reasons why Biestmilch/colostrum is ridiculed until this very day…
The permeability of the gut is extremely volatile. Food, stress, emotions, beliefs, lack of sleep and recovery, they all make a difference. When the gut leaks the smooth soft surface of the epithelia is destroyed. The cells lose contact and their spatial orientation. Their harmonious movements comparable to weed in calm ocean waters turns rigid and the whispering talks between them turn painfully noisy and arhythmic. Inflammation follows and one of the above listed diseases is a kind of endpoint we are driven into.
Function follows form
Diversity has a lot to do with the shape of molecules. The same substance, let’s take magnesium for e.g., has various molecular structures in nature. For the cell to be optimal activated by distinct signals the molecular spatial structure of the signal/messenger is essential. Monotony kills the music of the cell. Finally substitution results in a deficient state. For balance regulation is required. Biestmilch belongs to the substances that regulate not substitute.
Flooded by signals at any moment in time
You can probably imagine that uncountable stimuli reach the gut cells every day. On top the turnover of cells is rapid. The intestinal cell lining renews itself every 2 to 5 days. This process needs cell differentiation factors such as TGF-ß, needs that the orchestra of cells and messengers play the tune which is your very own. Biestmilch in all its complexity and diversity tunes in perfectly well. Protection and repair in one makes it so special.
BIESTMILCH PROTECTS FROM HOLES IN THE GUT
A leaky gut makes you feel unwell. A lot of diseases as already mentioned are connected with a leaky gut, be they acute or chronic. When working in the ICU the leaky gut syndrome was a common problem we had to face with no solution at hand, We did not have Biestmilch then.
Today for traumatologists Biestmilch is the perfect option to support the intestines of severely injured patients who always suffer from a leaky gut bringing turmoil into the whole body which is anyway already completely out of balance.
But beyond such extreme cases you should take the leaky gut a serious phenomenon caused by refined convenient foods, stress of all sorts, unhappiness, sleeplessness, lack of recovery, performance pressure and so on and so forth.
Biestmilch is wonderful softly helping the gut’s cells to rejuvenate and increase their resilience. By the way, Biestmilch loves all mucosal linings from the beginning in the mouth to the very end of the tube.