Obesity affects the intestines. As is known, the intestinal microbiota (microflora) depends quantitatively and qualitatively on many factors:
Since obesity affects the intestines, let’s figure it out.
Vanessa Ridaura and her colleagues conducted a fascinating experiment. They obtained samples of intestinal microflora in four pairs of human twins (one of each pair was slim, and the other was obese). They fed mice with fodder rich in fibre and a standard fat percentage.
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It turned out that those mice that received the microflora of lean people retained a standard percentage of fat in the body in a few weeks, and those that received the intestinal microflora of fat people started gaining weight. When researchers placed the mice of both groups in one cage after infection and began to exchange microflora (the mice sometimes eat faeces), the microbiota of the lean “defeated” the fatty microbiota: both groups of mice remained slim.
Based on the results of these experiments, we can assume how obesity affects the gut. In the body, a population of bacteria is still responsible for obesity. Besides, microbes accountable for reducing body weight are there too. The intake of fatty and low-fibre foods contributes to changes in intestinal microflora towards an increase in those bacteria that help to excess weight.
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Of course, it is incorrect to say that dysbiosis is the only cause of obesity. The fact is that it is a pluricausal process. However, it can lead to metabolic disturbances in the body along with other predisposing genetic, environmental and social factors. Obesity occurs when the intake and formation of energy exceed body needs.
It is glucose, of course. The results of the experiment with mice revealed an interesting fact. In short, the composition of the intestinal microflora with elevated blood glucose (diabetes mellitus) is similar to the formation of intestinal microflora of obese mice.
Now we know how obesity affects the intestines. Colonic irrigation with the probiotic implant can restore the intestinal microflora. I also strengthen its muscles, which will reduce the risk of obesity and help deal with it.
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