Intestinal bacteria affect human taste and food preferences

Intestinal bacteria affect the taste and eating habits of the personstate Researchers have found that some bacteria present in the human gut are directly related to taste preferences. Based on this, we can conclude that obesity, overeating, and appetite largely depend on what features of the intestinal microflora of a person.

The meaning of the results of this study is that intestinal bacteria is always more due to the fact that ate man, and in the future they will "demand" from his "owner" only a certain kind of food which he uses, for example, sweet, savory, spicy or salty. It is also worth to tell that "the memory of the bacteria" can even be inherited. If your parents used to eat a lot of herring earlier, then you will most likely want to taste the sea salted fish.

The Study of scientists from the United States suggests that it is possible to "accustom" intestinal bacteria to food that, for example, does not cause obesity and related diseases.

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