Studiile recente arata ca, in functie de populatiile bacteriene din intestin, oamenii se impart in trei clase. Asemenea descoperirii celor patru grupe sangvine care a schimbat esential practica medicala, clasificarea in functie de ecosistemul bacterian predominant la nivelul intestinului ar putea modifica abordarea medicala, de la medicamentele prescrise pana la metode alternative pentru terapia cu antibiotic.
Categoriile de populatii bacteriene intestinale, denumite in literatura de specialitate enterotipuri,au fost identificate in cadrul cercetarilor ce vizau descoperirea unor corelatii intre bacteriile intestinale si bolile tractului gastro-intestinal. Citeste mai mult.
If, by now, intestinal microbial involvement has been documented in several pathologies that affect a large part of the global population, the protective role of intestinal microbiota in the development of type I diabetes is now confirmed by a series of research that opens new therapeutic opportunities.
A study conducted by researchers at INSERM (Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale) could open the path towards identifying new therapies against type I diabetes.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common intestinal disorders and a consequence of several possible factors, including psychological stress, gastrointestinal infections, inflammation of the intestinal mucosa, imbalance of the immune system, hormonal status and intestinal microbe, which can interfere with the transmission of messages between the brain and the intestine.
Compared to previous generations, especially to our grandparents, many of us associate current health problems with a number of differentiating factors: increased stress levels, hectic lifestyles and poor nutrition. A recent study conducted by researchers from Stanford, Harvard and Princeton Universities supports a part of this hypothesis, pointing out that a low fiber diet helps reduce the number of beneficial microorganisms in the human colon causing irreversible and hereditary damage.
Read on to find out what you should not exclude in both yours and your family’s diets.