Friday , April 23 2021

Higher fat diets increase the risk of listeriosis

Scientists from the University College Cork (Ireland) have shown it for the first time a diet high in fat Reduces the effectiveness of the immune system to fight infectious diseases, particularly in the intestine, as well as the risk of nutritional toxicity by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes.

Researchers have concluded that cycling may in & # 39; west & # 39; money (high in fat and low in light) It also affects the yeast system and the bacteria that live in the intestinal microbiota. Even the short-term consumption of & # 39; high fat content has the number of cobalt cells & # 39; Increasing the intake of listeria infection, as well as changing the depth of the microbiota and immune system composition. The high-fat diet has further expanded the sensitivity to infections.

Higher fat diets increase the risk of listeriosis

"The short-term use of the high fat diarrhea Increase the level & # 39; Firmicutes & # 39; bake in the gut, which is associated with obesity. The effects of food are also rated by the gut, with lower levels of immunity in body, local changes in & # 39; a function of the gastrointestinal cells and changes in the intestinal microbiology that is the generation of & # 39; Allowing an infection by listeria ", explains one of & # 39; s authors of" Vanessa Las Heras "study.

The outcomes, briefly, suggest that diet can affect the effects of infections on infectious disease due to its effects on good microbiota and immune system. "This has important implications for human health, especially in severe, in older age and in immunocompromised people, it also has more common implications for research into infectious diseases," research researcher Cormac Gahan concludes.

Researchers have concluded that feeding failures include a & # 39; western & # 39; diet (high in fat and low in plain wire) affects the immune system and the bacteria that were in the intestine (go microbiota).