​Antibiotics disrupt gut health, weaken bones

Feb 1st 2019 Posted by MDR

There are trillions of bacteria living in our bodies that support the gastrointestinal and immune systems. They greatly help with digestion. These “good” bacteria are also subjected to the antibiotics we take to combat “bad” bacteria.

A new study analyzed the impact of antibiotics on skeletal development. The study showed that antibiotic disruption of the gut bacteria causes a pro-inflammatory response that may lead to less bone resorption.

Their findings showed that there were also significant changes to the bone marrow. This is the spongy part crucial for metabolism.

This study also demonstrated that antibiotic disruption of the gut microbiota has a significant impact on the communication between the immune system and bone cells.

The objective of the research is to support the development of noninvasive therapeutic interventions in our body's bacteria to prevent and treat skeletal deterioration.

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https://ajp.amjpathol.org/article/S0002-9440(18)30...

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