Our wellbeing largely depends on our lifestyle and food-related habits. We need to, therefore, take a fresh look at what we eat as well as adjust our nutrition plan so that it agrees with our bodies.

Here is where micronutrition steps in. It is a new branch of science which allows us to identify individual deficiencies of vitamins, macro- and micro-elements, fatty acids, antioxidants, or hormones and, as a result, introduce a dedicated supplementation. These steps are essential to successfully treat and prevent numerous ailments.

Surprisingly, even a well-balanced and diverse diet does not always provide the body with all the necessary nutrients in optimal amounts. Why is that? The reason is the inflammation of the intestines, a widespread nuisance which can lead to a variety of diseases (e.g. irritable bowel syndrome, infertility, psoriasis, allergies, tumors, asthma). The intestines inflammation makes is difficult for the body to effectively absorb nutrients, such as iron, magnesium, or amino-acids, therefore, directly leads to deficiencies of essential micro-elements. Moreover, while the beneficial substances are kept away, the intestines begin to absorb adverse and toxic substances, protein for instance, thus, making the body more and more contaminated. Nonetheless, correctly selected supplementation prevents such situation, and quality probiotics regulate the processes in our intestines.

Elsner Clinic offers over 60 different probiotics strains. The strains are individually adjusted to each patient. Thanks to this, as well as to the new scientific developments in the field of micronutrition, we can successfully treat diseases such as Candida Albicans overgrowth, Helicobacter Pylori, or SIBO. 

A complex examination of the intestinal microflora determines the quantity and quality of the intestinal microorganisms: aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, fungi, or molds. The results are supplemented by an graphic illustrating them as well as a commentary by a specialist in microbiology. Additionally, the examination can be extended by the inflammation markers which help determine the state of the mucous membrane and the intestines.