What is happening in our stomachs for many remains shrouded in mystery. But new research shows that the condition of the gastrointestinal tract affects our appetite and mood are much stronger than we thought. The average person has about 1.5 kg of gut bacteria. A so-called enteric nervous system, located between the esophagus and intestine, and consists of 100 million nerve cells.
Laboratory diagnosis of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract will help to identify pathology, to determine its stage and appoint necessary treatment. Read more about the research… the Timely detection of diseases of the stomach — can reduce the risk of development of pathologies such as ulcer, cancer, and others.
Animals and people serve as a shelter for lots of variety of microorganisms and bacteria. Some of these tiny creatures provide functions such as digestion, and others can become the culprits of deadly diseases. Microbiologist Martin blazer from the school of medicine at new York University, defines the term “microbiome” as “the totality of all the microorganisms that live in the human body and interact with each other and with ourselves”. Some of the inhabitants of the human body show remarkable proper.
The term “microflora” refers to a group of live microorganisms that exist inside the bodies. In the number of microbes in the stomach, pharynx, and vagina, are fungi, bacteria and viruses. They act as a protective force which strengthens the immune system, or as a destructive force that weakens the body.There are many factors that have a negative impact on the intestinal flora and leads to its imbalance. Notable among them are the feeding habits, diseases of digestive organs, intestinal infections, stress, change, usual diet and, of course, the use of antibacterial drugs.