Your Gut Story - The Good, The Bad & More
There are three types of intestinal bacteria: beneficial, harmful, and opportunistic, each with different actions and effects on the body. The proportions of these intestinal bacteria change with age.
Research shows that people who eat a lot of curd (yogurt) and fermented foods appear to have more good bacteria (Lactobacilli) in their intestines. These people also have less bad bacteria (Enterobacteriaceae), which is a type of bacteria associated with inflammation and a number of chronic conditions.
Typical intestinal bacteria are classified according to their actions into three types.
- Good bacteria have health maintenance and anti-aging effects such as aiding digestion and absorption, and stimulating immunity.
- Bad bacteria have adverse effects on the body. Representative examples include Clostridium perfringens, Staphylococcus, and Escherichia coli (E. coli; toxic strain). They inhibit health by triggering disease and promoting aging.
- Opportunistic bacteria cause no trouble when you are healthy, but have adverse effects upon the intestines when the body is weak. Representative examples include Bacteroidetes, E. coli (nontoxic strain), and Streptococcus.
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