Bookcover of The End of Medicine- Dietary Fibre, Human Drugs, Superbugs and Disease
Booktitle:

The End of Medicine- Dietary Fibre, Human Drugs, Superbugs and Disease

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2019-01-10 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-9-99757-2

ISBN-10:
6139997577
EAN:
9786139997572
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Dietary fibre is the most important factor that modulates human biology and speciation. Dietary fibre and human drugs- antibiotic and non-antibiotic can modulate the gut flora producing colonic archaeal growth and endosymbiosis generating climate change, evolution of superbugs and emerging viruses and creating the disease phenotype. This leads to neanderthalisation of the species. Thus a low fibre diet alters the gut microbiome in the colon with more of archaeal growth. The archaea develop protective mechanism of antibiotic resistance and dominates the colonic microflora. The colonic archaea by natural selection and DNA/gene exchanges with other colonic and endosymbiotic organism transfer the genes for antibiotic resistance to other colonic flora. This forms the basis for the generation of superbugs resistant to all antibiotics. The same mechanisms happen when populations are treated with antibiotics and other drugs like anti-hypertensives, anti-psychotics and analgesics. This leads to drugs- antibiotic and non-antibiotic induced generation of superbugs and diseases. This leads to the end of medicine as we know it.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Ravikumar Kurup, Parameswara Achutha Kurup
Number of pages:
112
Published on:
2019-01-10
Stock:
Available
Category:
General Natural Sciences
Price:
54.90 €
Keywords:
End of Medicine, Dietary fibre, Human Drugs, superbugs, emerging viruses, Disease Phenotype, Climate change, Endosymbiotic Archaea

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