Intestinal microbes are essential to prevent and fight COVID-19!
Last Update: 2020-06-17
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, June 8, 2020 /
BIOON/ -- When we think about the symptoms of coronavirus, we think of the lungs -- people breathe on ventilators or cough violently and have difficulty breathingThis is because COVID-19-positive patients usually show fever, persistent coughing, muscle pain and fatiguebut the molecules that the virus attacks in our bodies -- angiotensin-converting enzymes 2 or ACE2 -- are present not only in our lungs, but also in our gastrointestinal tractThis may be the cause of a large number of patients with gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea and vomitingA recent review by theBritish medical journal Gut highlights important evidence from China that more than a quarter of patients who have gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting may have no respiratory symptomsprevious studies have shown that less than 4 percent of PATIENTs with COVID-19 have gastrointestinal symptoms, compared with 11 percent of the study's conclusionsOthers think the figure could be as high as 60 per centphoto source: In these small studies, the researchers also linked patients with poor gastrointestinal performance to poor prognosisWhen they did not have gastrointestinal symptoms, those with intestinal symptoms had more severe diseases, higher fever temperatures, and a greater risk of liver damagein another study of patients with mild COVID-19, the researchers compared those with gastrointestinal or respiratory symptoms or both with those with only respiratory symptomsThey found that 23 percent of patients showed only gastrointestinal symptoms, while 57 percent had both intestinal and respiratory problemsFor those with digestive symptoms, it also takes longer to clear the virusintestinal invaders
it's worth noting that the first reported case of a new coronavirus in the United States included two days of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, in addition to respiratory symptomsThe virus was detected in samples from the patient's nose and throat, but was also isolated from the collected fecal samples analysis of gastrointestinal specimens in 95 cases of COVID-19 patients showed that the virus was present in the esophagus, stomach, duodenum and rectum The virus was also found in about half of the stool samples collected indicate that gastrointestinal symptoms are caused by viruses invading cells containing ACE2 in the intestines Coupled with the presence of viruses in feces, the gastrointestinal tract is another possible route of infection and transmission it appears that SARS-CoV-2 can also be detected in feces within a few days of removal from respiratory samples As a result, patients recovering from COVID-19 or asymptomatic may unknowingly discharge the virus into feces, which may increase the risk of spreading to others why microbiome is important
why do your gut symptoms mean you may be infected with more severe COVID-19? The composition of the microbiome (usually the millions of bacteria
that live in our gastrointestinal tracts and other organisms) is likely to be a key part of a person's response to COVID-19 a team of researchers created risk scores based on biomarkers in the blood that can increase or decrease based on the composition of the microbiome They found that the higher the score, the worse the prognosis for COVID-19 This association is more pronounced in older people The health of the gut bacteria may play a key role in our immune system's response to disease therefore, maintaining a healthy microbiome is essential to fight COVID-19 How does do it? The key is to eat to replenish the microbiome in the body Eating your own cooked plant foods, limiting overprocessed foods and takeaways, while supplementing your diet with natural probiotics such as Compaq, pickles and natural yogurt is recommended This will optimize your microbiome, not only for COVID-19, but also for your long-term health Picture Source: Intuition
As the epidemic continues, we should all pay more attention to our internal organs So far, the focus has focused on the respiratory consequences of ventilators, intensive care and new coronavirus infections However, if you have a new illness and vomiting or diarrhea, and there is no other explanation, this may be COVID-19, you may need to seek help If the gastrointestinal tract is indeed another source of virus transmission in asymptomatic and asymptomatic population, then the most important thing is that people follow the advice to stay at home and stay safe, while taking measures such as shielding, keeping social distance and washing hands regularly finally, it's worth considering how to maintain a healthy microbiome during these challenging and unprecedented times -- eating well may have an impact on your COVID-19 results (BioValleyBioon.com) Reference: About about coronavirus? Pay attention to your gut 2
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