Scientists claim that bacteria from our intestines and help us to thinkBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/scientists-claim-that-bacteria-from-our-intestines-and-help-us-to-think
The fact that in our gut, 10 times more bacteria than cells in the entire body has long been proven. And these microbes are everywhere no wonder we are escorted by their work in the digestive system and the development of necessary for our life substances, it is difficult to overestimate. But the role of bacteria to be investigated and almost every year scientists present us with surprises associated with our young friends.
If you think that the microflora of our intestine is occupied by only what makes our cal compact, it is deeply mistaken. This option today though is useful, but no longer has value as during the life of the first men in the woods. Bacteria are much more valuable friends of man and they can not name the workers, and the shareholders of the company called "the body".
As any shareholders, bacteria are able to unite and work together to change the fate of the enterprise. Not so long ago scientists proved that bacteria not only affect internal processes, but also the behavior and even the destiny of man. First, the relationship between microorganisms and the human brain was discovered by the microbiologist Kirsten Tiller from the University of California.
Dr. Tiller found that women in the community where a lot of bacteria Bacteroides, grey substance somewhat denser and a tendency to temper and rash actions are somewhat reduced. The predominance of the bacteria Prevotella showed a completely different picture — lady with large amount were cutting in judgment and prone to tantrums.
The opening of Americans first gave the scientific world a great impression. Well aware that the mood of the fair sex affect even the hair color of the host's favorite TV show, and not only microflora. But very soon the temple University in Philadelphia have found evidence conclusions Tillis and it's already sparked some interest.
In Philadelphia, tucked in the organism of experimental animals to various bacteria. As it turned out, certain microorganisms in a large number of older animals cause dementia and even hallucinations. A month ago, Dr. Gil Sharon from the California Institute of technology took the microflora in people with autism, and moved it to the mice. After that the mouse became autistic, which was proven by numerous tests.
Identified three species of bacteria that can affect mental activity in experimental animals and humans, but the mechanism of their action remains for scholars of the secret. So if you did something stupid, then it's possible you weren't thinking a head and intestines. Although this is unlikely to become easier.