Why Bacteria is Necessary for your Health?

The way they do it is nothing like how humans do it. Depending on the species they do different things. some “bud” meaning they “grow” a bud that breaks off, others use binary fission – the cells grow two nucleolus (centers) and once there are two sets of DNA (in the nucleus) the cell divides. This process happens in humans two, most usually noted when we discuss the earliest development of a human body via cellular multiplication.

How Bacteria and viruses is part of the way we separate the two. Most viruses require a host cell to enter that they take over the function of the cell (turning the cell against the host body in many cases causing what we call diseases) and use that cell to produce copies of the virus, then the viruses breaks out of the cell (usually destroying the cell).
Some bacterium are good, some are bad.Pathogenic bacteria is the bad kind of bacteria.The other good bacteria helps you live and function.

Bacteria in your colon are referred to by many different names – probiotics, good or bad bacteria, beneficial bacteria, acidophilus, disbiosis, micro flora, proflora. friendly flora, and unfriendly bacteria.

I simple use good and bad bacteria to refer to all the bacteria that exist in the small intestine and your colon.

Your colon has both good and bad bacteria. The good bacteria maintain the health of your colon by keeping the bad bacteria from multiplying and reducing constipation.

Most people have bad bacteria as the dominant condition in their colon. You can see this by the illnesses that exist throughout the world. Most people later in their life suffer from diseases that resulted from colon neglect and abuse.

Bad bacteria multiples when you,

  • Consume poisons such as pollution, pesticides, food additives such as preservatives, coloring, so on.
  • Drink alcohol
  • Eat processed foods
  • Have excess anxiety
  • Lack fiber in your diet
  • Use birth control pills
  • Use drugstore laxative
  • Use drugs and medication

Good bacteria in your colon consists of hundred of species of bacteria. The good bacteria are most active in a pH of 5.9 to 6.9- an acidic environment. This makes for a healthy colon.

Your colon serves as a home for the good bacteria, which ferment specific carbohydrates, which in turn keep your colon environment slightly acidic. The acid environment favors the good bacteria and keeps the bad bacteria and pathogens from multiplying.

The bad bacteria create an alkaline environment and are most active in a pH of 7.1 to 7.9

Again, the good bacteria creates an acidic environment and are most active in a pH of 5.9 to 6.9

Acidophilus and Bifidus are the main good bacteria that exist in your colon. The ascending colon, on the right side of your abdomen area, has the most bacteria. The quantity of bacteria becomes less in the transverse colon and lesser in the descending colon. Eventually, little bacteria is found in the sigmoid and rectum.

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