Monday, 10 April 2017

How Human Health Is Affected By Microbes And Intercellular Communication

How Soil Microbes And Intercellular Communication Affects Human Health

This article sheds light on how our health may be affected by Microbes  and how our cells communicate.  It helps to understand why so many people fall ill.  When we think how over the years the soil that produces our food has been manipulated with artificial fertilizers, it is hardly surprising.  Nature has a way of paying us back.

  • There’s no such thing as “junk” DNA. As it turns out, this DNA plays an absolutely crucial role in regulating the 25,000 genes that actually make proteins
  • Thirty percent of our circulating micro-RNA, the switches that regulate protein production from our genes, are not from a human source — they’re from the bacteria and fungi obtained from your food and environment
  • When a plant is lacking in nutrients, it is attacked by pests. The same phenomenon occurs in your body — the loss of nutrients makes us vulnerable. This is why antibiotic use must be reduced in all its forms, in medicine, animal agriculture and GMO crop production with glyphosate-based weed killers

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