Friday, September 19, 2014

Upset gut bacteria ecosystem-microbiota, sometimes called second genome, second brain, is: Surprising Reason Americans Might Be Obese, Anxious, Depressed.

Upset gut bacteria ecosystem-microbiota, sometimes called second genome, second brain, is: Surprising Reason Americans Might Be Obese, Anxious, Depressed

http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/surprising-reason-americans-might-be-obese-anxious-and-depressed?akid=11570.270812.gEqTnf&rd=1&src=newsletter966557&t=4 .. @AlterNet ..

microbiomes also affected by outside environment like house dust, aerosol when toilet flushed ..

gut bacteria is HIGHLY ADAPTIVE, one person's gut bacteria will take root, flourish in another's intestines: fecal, toilet aerosol transplants ..

gut bacteria affects our brain, "influences our mood and temperament,": food expert ..

"If you transplant gut microbiota of relaxed, adventurous mice into guts of timid, anxious mice they become less stressed and more adventurous" ..->SECOND BRAIN, MOOD, HEALTH TRANSFER .. ..

increase in obesity also correlates with indiscriminate use of antibiotics on factory farm animals
.. obesity that cannot be fully explained by "excess food, energy intake, changes in diet and eating behavior", increasing sedentary lifestyles. ..

Antibiotics likely increase weight in livestock by strengthening microbes that absorb nutrients, so why not in humans .. ..

both obese mice and humans have lost weight when intestinal microbes of lean mice and humans were inserted into their systems. .. ..

Capitalist really free market toxic threat to health: TRICLOSAN, in products like Colgate's Total, Ajax, Dawn dish detergent: antibiotic that also acts as endocrine-disrupting pesticide. ..

Traces of triclosan found in earthworms from agricultural fields and Atlantic dolphins. ..

Endocrine disrupters like Triclosan also suspected of causing early puberty by impairing hormonal regulation. .. ..

capitalist wars free profit quest terminally endangering humanity in ways more than one.
@daily_chomsky

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