Prof. from the Department of Organ Transplantation at Medipol Mega University Hospital. Dr. Onur Yaprak made important statements on the subject, stating that bile deficiency may be the cause of recurrent infections.
Stating that saffron has important functions in the body, Prof. from the Department of Organ Transplantation at Medipol Mega University Hospital. Dr. Onur Yaprak said, “If you are struggling with recurrent infections, immune disorders or constipation, make sure to ask yourself if there is a problem in your bile. Except those; If you are dealing with symptoms such as autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, chronic fatigue, inflammatory bowel diseases, hypertension, your bile may be a little stagnant. “These symptoms are usually caused by either a toxic load or microbial overgrowth in the small intestines,” he said.
Stating that attention was drawn to 4 fluids in the body in medical theories dating back to the time of Hippocrates, Yaprak said, “When the balance of these fluids, which are described as blood, phlegm, yellow bile and black bile in the body, is disturbed, it is said that the disease is close. Bile produced by the liver consists of water, bile acids, bile salts, electrolytes, fatty acids, phospholipids, toxins, cholesterol, and bilirubin. The daily amount of bile produced by the liver is 1 liter on average. Bilirubin is what gives bile its yellow and green color. Excess bile produced in the liver is stored in the gallbladder. Imbalances that may occur between the substances in the structure of bile lead to gallstones. After a fatty meal, the water in the gallbladder is emptied into the intestinal tract through the bile duct.
“Beware of recurrent diseases”
Reminding that saffron has very important functions in the body, Yaprak said, “Bile provides the appropriate environment for the breakdown of pancreatic enzymes to break down and absorb the fat taken with food. It also mediates the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. It provides the balance between the bacteria, the importance of which is understood today, in our intestines and kills harmful bacteria. Another important task is that all drugs, old hormones, by-products of cell metabolism, aged cells, environmental toxins and heavy metals filtered by the liver are released into the bile and removed from the body. If you're struggling with recurring infections, toxicity issues, immune dysregulation, or constipation, be sure to ask yourself if you have a problem with your bile. Except those; your bile if you are dealing with symptoms such as autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, high blood pressure, dysbiosis, Lyme, chronic infections (viral, bacterial, fungal), SIBO, candida, allergies, histamine intolerance or hypersensitivity It might be a little sluggish. Many of these symptoms are usually caused by either a toxic load or small intestine microbial overgrowth (SIBO).
“The way to increase bile is through hydration and nutrients”
Explaining the tips that will increase the production of bile, Yaprak concluded:
“First, there should be adequate hydration. Adequate hydration has two essential components, water and electrolytes. Both are important in bile synthesis, flow, and function. About 95 percent of saffron is water. A person will not be adequately hydrated with water alone; Electrolytes are needed to transmit electrical signals to the central nervous system. Electrolytes consist of sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium and magnesium. These minerals not only make up a small portion of bile, but are also required for processes such as active transport of bile acids and adequate opening and closing of valves associated with bile outflow. Secondly, suitable foods should be consumed for bile support. It is very important to make sure that we are getting enough amino acids, such as glycine and taurine, which are incorporated into the bile salt structure. These amino acids are found in large quantities in seafood, poultry and products such as meat, milk, eggs. It is important to have fat in the diet to signal the release of bile, so the healthiest one is olive oil. But butter or animal fats, oils in nuts, fish oil and even avocado also stimulate bile production. Vitamins and minerals act as catalysts for all biological reactions and processes in the body. Vitamin C stimulates the metabolism of cholesterol to bile acids by affecting an enzyme known as 7-alpha-hydroxylase. Citrus fruits, seasonal fruits, dark leafy vegetables, cruciferous vegetables, potatoes, zucchini are foods containing plenty of vitamin C. Consume foods containing choline to form the phospholipids found in the structure of saffron. Adequate choline support can be obtained with liver, egg yolk, red and white meat, milk, broccoli, cauliflower. Coffee, arugula, dandelion and warm lemon juice will help in increasing the flow of bile.