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Gut Microbiota: Diabetes Research Paper

… ¶ … Microbiota Can Alter Immune Disease of Diabetes Type I

If the microbiota in one's gastrointestinal system can be altered, then autoimmune diabetes type 1 can be prevented and treated.

Research has shown that microbiota in the gut impacts the development and progression of Type 1 Diabetes. This study is comprised by an analysis and review of literature in this area of inquiry. The hypothesis in this present study is that alteration of gut microbiota can serve in both preventing and treating the development of Type 1 Diabetes. METHODS. This study conducts an examination of articles published in the PubMed database that report findings related to gut microbiota and the development of Type 1 Diabetes in humans or animals and reports studies conducted that…. [read more]


Artificial Sweeteners Debate - Pro Essay

… Artificial sweeteners are synthetic sugar substitutes that are much sweeter than sugar. As a result, they can deliver equivalent sweetness to sugar, but at much lower volume. The result is that they deliver the needed sweetness to a food or beverage, but do not deliver any calories in the process. It is for this reason that artificial sweeteners have become popular, and they are found in many food products, including those that are specifically marketed as diet products. They have a number of benefits that make them attractive -- they do not cause tooth decay, and they can be used to control both weight and diabetes (Mayo Clinic, 2015). Many people feel that artificial sweeteners are dangerous, however, and that they should be banned. This…. [read more]


Relationship Between Stress and the Human Body Essay

… Stress & the Human Body

I caught common cold after a close friend's death that caused psychological stress to me.

You are more prone to sickness when under stress - at least that is how it appears. Research too is showing this to be true. The body's immune system and the stress system are linked and immune system is vastly affected by stress response. The stress response involves activating many neuroendocrine systems plus the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axes and HPA as well as the sympathetic nervous system. Discussions on the topic of immune system and the neuroendocrine have found that the two utilize certain similar receptors and ligands to support an inter-system and intra-system communication network. It is understood that the communication happening between the systems…. [read more]


Prebiotic Potential of Chitosans Essay

… ¶ … Prebiotic Potential of Chitosans

Prebiotic Potential Of Chitosan

"The favourable properties like biocompatibility, biodegradability, pH sensitiveness, mucoadhesiveness, etc.

has enabled these polymers to become the choice of the pharmacologists as oral delivery matrices for proteins"

(George & Abraham, 2006, Abstract section).).

In the study, "Polyionic hydrocolloids for the intestinal delivery of protein drugs: Alginate and chitosan- a review," M. George and T.E. Abraham (2006) discuss the contemporary challenge in the design of oral delivery of peptide or protein drugs. Consequently, as the majority of "the synthetic polymers are immunogenic and the incorporation of proteins in to these polymers require harsh environment which may denature and inactivate the desired protein" George and Abraham (2006, Abstract), pH sensitive hydrogels such as alginate and chitosan have…. [read more]

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