Abstract

    Open Access Research Article Article ID: ACG-7-200

    Intestinal dysbiosis: definition, clinical implications, and proposed treatment protocol (Perrotta Protocol for Clinical Management of Intestinal Dysbiosis, PID) for the management and resolution of persistent or chronic dysbiosis

    Giulio Perrotta*

    The human intestinal Microbiota is considered the second brain, because of its implications and correlations in hundreds of functional and dysfunctional processes. Therefore, if knowing the Microbiome (and the Microbiota) is important from a neurobioimmunological point of view, on the other hand it is equally important to investigate the correlations between dysbiosis and the onset of specific physical and psychological diseases. This study focuses on the scientific literature on natural and integrative treatments for intestinal dysbiosis, in order to identify a protocol that has the lowest possible risk and the best possible results, both in the acute phase (for the resolution of symptoms or as a preventive function) and in the chronic phase (for the management of the morbid condition and its clinical consequences).

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    Published on: Jul 26, 2021 Pages: 56-63

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000100
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