Sunday , January 17 2021

High liver diet increases the risk of listeriosis

The University of Cork (Ireland) scientists have shown it for the first time Increases fat in the diet To combat immune diseases, the effectiveness of the immune system reduces, especially in the intestines, as well as bacterium 'listeria monocytogenesis'. Reduces the risk of food poisoning by

Researchers have concluded that feeding mice & # 39; Western & # 39; Eating (high in fat and less in fiber) Affect the bacteria in the immune system and intestines (intestinal microbaita). In the short-term use of high fat diet, the number of Goblet cells in the intestine has increased, which is the target of listeria infections, as well as due to the rapid changes in the microbaita and immune system formation. High-fat diets also have increased sensitivity to intestinal infection.

High liver diet increases the risk of listeriosis

"Short-term access to High fat diet & # 39; Fermicus & # 39; Bacterial levels increase, which are associated with obesity. Dietary effects are also found outside of the intestine, the lower levels of immune system throughout the body, changes in the function of gastrointestinal cells and changes in the intestinal microbaita, which allow the development of infection by the listeria ". One of the study's authors, Vanessa Las Heras

Results, in short, suggest that diet can significantly affect the immune system against infectious diseases, which are caused by the effects of intestinal microbaita and immune system. Research leader Kormak concludes that, "For human health, especially during pregnancy, in old age and immune system, it has more general effects on research on infectious diseases."

Researchers have concluded that the & # 39; Western & # 39; Drinking a rat with food (high in fat and low in fiber) affects immune system and intestinal bacteria (Gut microbaita).