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Brainwashed
Seuraa 
Viestejä15794

No voihan paska.

”Juomisen suhteen ilmaantuva alemmuudentunne ja kykenemättömyys johtavat siihen, että ennen niin säyseä ja mukava alkoholisti alkaa olla ylimielinen ja riidanhaluinen. Hänellä alkaa olla mahtipontisia ja suureellisia ajatuksia, mikä alkaa eristää hänet muista – kukaan ei siedä kenessäkään sellaisia piirteitä, vähiten alkoholistissa.”

jussipussi
Seuraa 
Viestejä64634

Tämmöstä.

"Elite athletes really are different from you and me. Or, at least their gut microbes are.

Scientists who analyzed stool samples of 15 runners a week before and after they competed in the 2015 Boston Marathon found unusually high levels of one particular microbe compared to 10 non-athletes.

Levels of the microbe in question, Veillonella, spiked after an intense workout and bloomed even more after the marathon.

That was a lightbulb moment for the scientists because the bacterium is known for breaking down and eating lactate, a metabolite even ordinary runners equate with fatigue.  

Veillonella acts like a “metabolic sink” for lactate, the scientists suspect, converting into fuel the by-product of hard-working muscles runners blame for their aching legs in the latter part of long-distance races. The bacteria turn lactate into propionate, a short-chain fatty acid that’s a source of energy and can also be an anti-inflammatory, a Harvard-affiliated team of scientists reported Monday in Nature Medicine.

In theory that sets up a feedback loop: When the athletes are exercising, they are constantly producing lactate. They are also creating a niche in their microbiome for organisms that can use lactate as a primary energy source."

https://www.statnews.com/2019/06/24/elite-athletes-different-microbes/ .

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