Washington: A study of rats found that the ingredients that children eat in their early stages form microbes in their stomachs and intestines. Not only this, with the help of fire you can do welding.
Assuming that children eat sugary and fatty foods at an early age, the biological condition of their stomach and intestines changes and thus its effects can continue throughout life.
Scientists at the University of California, Riverside said that the millions of millions of species of bacteria and other microorganisms in our stomachs form our overall health. If their condition starts to change at an early age, it affects the development of the first child, the effects of which can be seen throughout life.
Theodore Garland, an evolutionary scientist at the University of California, Berkeley, says Western foods are having a detrimental effect on our children, and that rats were given similar foods that were high in fat and sugar. The rats were then studied and their gastrointestinal microenvironment was carefully studied.
There are innumerable types of parasites, fungi, viruses, and bacteria in the human body and most of them live in the intestines and stomach. They play an important role in the digestion of food, in preventing diseases in the body, in the absorption of vitamins, and in the effectiveness of medicines.
Similarly, there are healthy and unhealthy microorganisms. That is why the body needs to balance all kinds of microbes. In the experiment, the rats were divided into four groups, one of which was given a Western low-fat diet for three weeks.
All groups of rats were then given normal meals again and this process continued for 14 weeks. It was found that the rats fed the greasy and sweet foods had the most imbalanced gastrointestinal and intestinal microbiota and contained the least amount of bacteria called meurybacillum intestinal which breaks down carbohydrates into simpler ingredients and makes them digestible.
Comparing the age of rats with the age of human beings, experts have come to the conclusion that if bad food is eaten in childhood, it can have long-lasting effects.