Bacterial Infections Differs As Per Diet - French Tribune

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Either you take vegetarian diet or non-vegetarian one; you are susceptible to get contracted with bacteria accordingly.

A recent research, that got published in journal Science, has revealed that those who consume more of calorie-rich diet with non-vegetarian dishes suffers Bacteroides infection that weakens immune system, and those who take vegetable rich-diet suffers another infection known as Prevotella. It means that microbes are already present in the body, and affects the weaknesses present within the body.

Lead researcher Dr. James Lewis from the Pennsylvania University and his team followed 98 volunteers, and as a part of the experiment, they took their stool tests and after taking the test, volunteers were asked to fill in the questionnaires which had questions related to their diet and eating habits and likes and dislikes regarding food.

After evaluating the both the above tests, they reached to third stage in which they tested the genetic code of the bacteria using the gene sequencing technology, and that is how they came across enterotypes bacteria type.

To cross check, another experiment was conducted in which 10 fit Americans were hospitalized and were divided in two groups, one had high fat diet and other had low fat diet and same result came with little alterations.

03 Sep, 2011

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