The Microbiota is the most abundant DNA component in our body. Approximately 70% of the genetic component comes from the microbiological flora.
Microbial DNA is responsible for multiple responsibilities in nutrient absorption, enzyme metabolism, hormone and immunoglobulin production, and many other functions.
The microbiota is affected by intoxication by heavy metals and other toxic substances, by antibiotic treatments and by a poor diet.
Correcting microbiota disorders improves the functioning of the entire organism and slows down the processes of cell degeneration and aging.