Manju in action for a healthy gut

21/02/2019 Manju in action for a healthy gut

A recent study by TPR, the Tropical Plant Resources Institute in Japan, shows how the dietary supplement Manju positively influences our intestinal microbiome.

If we have cramps and our gut is rumbling unhappily, we don't feel good. Healthy intestines are vital for our sense of well-being. They regulate digestion and are responsible for the immune defence. There needs to be a balanced bacterial environment in the intestinal flora so that the gut can do all its tasks well. A recent study by TPR, the Tropical Plant Resources Institute in Japan, shows how the dietary supplement Manju positively influences our intestinal microbiome.

Health ingredient PAC reduces putrefaction products in intestine which leads to an improvement of intestinal environment.
The intestine is responsible for immune defense, digestion and absorption. However, in modern society, there are many causes which lead to the deterioration of intestinal environment, such as irregular eating habits, lack of exercise, stress or others.
Moreover the proportion of bad bacteria in the intestine increases when people come to their middle age or older, which will worsen the intestinal environment.
The intestinal condition can be determined by observing its metabolic products. If the intestinal environment is bad, putrefactive products that cause body odor, fecal odor or skin problems will increase. Following causes lead to the deterioration of intestinal environment: Irregular eating habits, stress, anxiety or aging.
In this study we examined the amount of paracresol, which is a putrefaction product and also the amount of ammonia, indole and isovaleric acid, which are also putrefaction products in feces, to observe what kind of changes are visible before and after drinking Manju.

Experiment method
We let two men drink 30 ml Manju each day for 90 days and examined the amount of paracresol, ammonia, indole, isovaleric acid in their feces to observe the change of these putrefactive products.

Experiment result.
As a result of comparing before and after drinking Manju, the amounts of paracresol, ammonia, indole, isovaleric acid were all reduced. It can be inferred that the intestinal environment is improved by drinking Manju, which contains all the healthy ingredients and the putrefactive products decreased. By improving and adjusting the intestinal environment we can expect an effect of enhancing bowel movement and immunity.

It has been confirmed that by drinking the health ingredient PAC, the intestinal environment and immune function were improved.
The improvement of intestinal environment is a key to enhance immunity.
Immune cells fight against and eliminate viruses, bacteria, pathogenic bacteria and chemical substances as they enter the human body. It is said that about 60 % of immune cells are in the intestine. Immunity can be enhanced by adjusting the intestinal environment and activating immune cells. We did a research on the influence of the healthy ingredient PAC contained in Manju on the intestinal environment.
The organic acids which represent colon health have an increasing trend in the experiment.
Organic acids are an important indicator of intestinal environment evaluated together with intestinal flora. It is known to have an effect of improving quality of fecal and bowel movement.
We let a man in his 30s and a woman in her 40s drink 30 ml Manju each day for 90 days and examined the change of the organic acids amounts in their feces. As a result of comparing before and after drinking Manju, organic acids (acetic acid, propionic acid, n-butyric acid) tended to increase. Acetic acid and propionic acid act as energy sources for the body, they also have the effect of promoting the absorption of calcium at the same time. Propionic acid has also been reported to control the synthesis of cholesterol in the liver. In addition, n-butyric acid is an essential nutrient for colonic mucosal cells. The shortage of n-butyric will lead to dysfunction of the colon. From the result of this experiment, we can expect the improvement of intestinal environment.

Quelle: Tropical Plant Ressources Institute (TPR) Japan 2018,  The complete study can be downloaded here:

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