Scientists have proven the relationship of healthy longevity with intestinal bacteria that produce secondary bile acids


The results of the new study showed that certain types of intestinal bacteria can contribute to healthy old age and longevity.

An international group of scientists led by a team from the University of California in San Diego studied the livelihoods of 160 long-livers from Japan, the average age of which was 107 years. Most of them did not have serious chronic diseases, such as diabetes or cancer. The results of analyzing their feces were compared with the indicators of two control groups of people: the first — from 50 to 80 years, the second — from 20 to 50 years.

The study showed that the intestines of long-livers contain a higher concentration of several types of bacteria responsible for the production of secondary bile acids. These compounds improve digestion and metabolism. Separate attention The team paid a secondary briccolic acid called isoallolca.

To confirm its hypothesis, scientists began to add it to food laboratory mice. Experiments have shown that this supplement not only suppressed the growth of pathogenic microorganisms in the intestines of rodents, but also weakened inflammatory processes in their body.

The results of this study allowed us to conclude that the natural symbiosis of intestinal microbiome or direct reception of secondary bile acids can really improve human health and increase lifespan. It may potentially lead to the development of a separate molecular complex that contributes to longevity.

Since during the work, the team suddenly found that ISOALLCA oppresses the development of a certain type of antibiotic bacteria, then later scientists will also be learn how it can be used to combat some infectious diseases.

Recall that another recent study also showed, the usual pressure from pressure (Metolason) can also extend life due to

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