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Mensajepor Dalamar » 19 Sep 2014 17:21

Los investigadores trataron a los ratones con antibióticos para erradicar muchas de sus bacterias intestinales, lo que provocó una reversión completa de los efectos de los edulcorantes artificiales sobre el metabolismo de la glucosa.

Después, transfirieron la microbiota de ratones que consumieron edulcorantes artificiales a los ratones 'libres de gérmenes’, provocando una transmisión completa de la intolerancia a la glucosa en los ratones receptores.

Para los autores esto, en sí mismo, es una prueba concluyente de que los cambios en las bacterias intestinales son directamente responsables de los efectos nocivos para el metabolismo de su anfitrión. El equipo incluso encontró que la incubación de la microbiota fuera del cuerpo, junto con los edulcorantes artificiales, fue suficiente para inducir la intolerancia a la glucosa en los ratones estériles.

Es más, una caracterización detallada de la microbiota en estos ratones reveló cambios profundos en sus poblaciones bacterianas, incluyendo nuevas funciones microbianas conocidas por inferir en ratones y seres humanos una mayor propensión a la obesidad, la diabetes y a complicaciones de estos problemas.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 26 Oct 2014 17:53

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If you drink apple cider vinegar with a starchy meal, then the starches you don't digest will feed the good bacteria in your gut, Johnston says.

Davis recommends using unfiltered apple cider vinegar, “the cloudy kind, where you can see a blob in the bottle.”

That blob is known as “the mother,” and it’s full of probiotics and other beneficial bacteria. “This kind of vinegar can support immune function and, for some people, even help with constipation,” Davis says.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 30 Dic 2014 09:49

J Clin Gastroenterol. 2011 Nov;45
Impact of probiotics on colonizing microbiota of the gut.

Although precise mechanisms responsible for all demonstrations of probiotic health benefits are not known, many lines of evidence suggest that probiotics function through direct or indirect impact on colonizing microbiota of the gut. Probiotics can directly influence colonizing microbes through multiple mechanisms, including the production of inhibitory compounds (bacteriocins, short chain fatty acids, and others), by producing substrates that might promote the growth of colonizing microbes (secreted exopolysaccharides, vitamins, fatty acids, sugars from undigested carbohydrates and others), and by promoting immune responses against specific microbes. Indirectly, probiotics can influence colonizing microbes by inhibiting attachment through stimulated mucin production, reinforcing gut barrier effects, and downregulation of gut inflammation, thereby promoting microbes that are associated with a healthier gut physiology. Although the value of targeted changes in populations of gut bacteria is a matter of debate, increased levels of Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus in the gut correlate with numerous health endpoints. Microbiota changes due to probiotic intake include increased numbers of related phylotypes, decreasing pathogens and their toxins, altering bacterial community structure to enhance evenness, stabilizing bacterial communities when perturbed (eg, with antibiotics), or promoting a more rapid recovery from a perturbation. Further research will provide insight into the degree of permanence of probiotic-induced changes, although research to date suggests that continued probiotic consumption is needed for sustained impact.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Feb 2015 17:03

The 32-year old woman, who has not been indentified, had an infection that could not be treated with even the most powerful antibiotics.

Dr Colleen Kelly, from the Medical School at Brown University, said the option of a faecal transplant was discussed and the woman wanted to use a relative - her daughter.

The daughter was overweight at the time and was on her way to becoming obese.

The procedure did clear the woman's infection.

But Dr Kelly told the BBC News website: "She came back about a year later and complained of tremendous weight gain.

"She felt like a switch flipped in her body - to this day she continues to have problems."

She started with a Body Mass Index of 26. Sixteen months after the procedure she had a BMI of 33 and three years after it, a BMI of 34.5.

Previous research has shown that transplanting gut bacteria from obese people into mice led to the animals gaining weight.


Fuente: http://www.bbc.com/news/health-31168511
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Mensajepor firehand » 09 Mar 2015 15:04

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Live bacteria cultures:
Bacillus subtilis PXN 21
Bifidobacterium bifidum PXN 23
Bifidobacterium breve PXN 25
Bifidobacterium infantis PXN 27
Bifidobacterium longum PXN 30
Lactobacillus acidophilus PXN 35
Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus PXN 39
Lactobacillus casei PXN 37
Lactobacillus plantarum PXN 47
Lactobacillus rhamnosus PXN 54
Lactobacillus helveticus PXN 45
Lactobacillus salivarius PXN 57
Lactococcus lactis ssp. lactis PXN 63
Streptococcus thermophilus PXN 66

Each capsule contains:
Minimum 2 billion live microorganisms per capsule (2x109 CFU/capsule), equivalent to 10 billion live microorganisms per gram (1x1010 CFU/gram)

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 09 Mar 2015 18:30

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 20 Nov 2015 16:47

Eating fruits and veggies is always a good idea, but a new study says that 'healthy' can mean a number of different things.

If you’re trying to lose weight, and you have already given strong consideration to the foods you eat on a regular basis, you’re off to a great start. According to a report from Healthline, however, a new study suggests that there may be more to dieting than simply bumping up your intake of fruits and veggies.

The study suggests that gut bacteria can significantly influence the way we digest food, and what you choose to eat has an effect on this microbiome. It looked closely at people with diabetes, and found that gut bacteria can have a serious effect on a patient’s overall health.

The study offers insight into why traditional diabetes treatments work well for some and not so much for others. Doctors recommend eating more complex carbohydrates and fewer simple carbohydrates, and gut bacteria may be the secret behind why this treatment is more effective in some people than others.
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