Right now on the surface of your skin as well as inintestines and inside many other organs, billions of diverse microbes live. The totality of all microscopic creatures living with us is called microflora and, according to American scientists, it varies greatly among poor and rich people. Most of these microorganisms protect us from diseases and help us digest food, but in people with low incomes they do their job much worse. Researchers believe that it is time for people to begin to ensure that representatives of all social sectors have the same right to a healthy microflora as to clean air and safety.
About the discovery of Professor Suzanne Ishek fromUniversity of Maine and its colleagues told ScienceDaily. About six months ago, they noticed that people from wealthy families have a much more diverse intestinal microbiome than the rest. Consequently, these people digest food better, receive much more nutrients, and are generally healthier individuals with longer life spans.
What microbes live in the human body?
According to scientists, the diversity of microfloradirectly depends on the situation in the house, the quality of food consumed and the level of medical care. Based on this, there is nothing surprising in the presence in the bodies of rich people of more useful microbes than all others. Some people can easily afford fresh fruits and vegetables with nutritious meat, while others are satisfied with fast food and cheap food, which practically does not enrich their microflora.
In addition, scientists emphasized that microbiomesoften passed on to children almost by inheritance. The fact is that children born to poor families almost immediately fall into dirty conditions and eat cheap food. Subsequently, they develop a weak microflora, which cannot provide them with sufficient strength and protection against diseases. Often this leads to the fact that the child cannot achieve great success in life and his children also have to live in poor conditions.
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According to researchers, every pregnanta woman has the right to a comfortable vacation and safe delivery in sterile conditions. For born children, in turn, it is important to provide a full breakfast, lunch and dinner. The fact is that biodiversity within our organisms depends on the frequency and quality of nutrition. And they, by the way, affect our health, on which our whole life depends.
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Researchers concluded that in an ideal worldeveryone should have the right to a healthy microflora. Theoretically, in the future this should become the same as the human right to clean water and air, as well as to safety. However, whether mankind can achieve this is not yet clear. This equalization of rights should be very far, because scientists have seriously thought about it only now.