Do the Human Friendly Gut Bacteria Causes Fatty Liver Diseases and Cancer?
Our Gastrointestinal trac is home for tens and thousand millions of microbes called gut bacteria or gut microbiota. They are friendly microbes for the human and are essential for the smooth functioning of our metabolic activities.
Gut microbes eject enzymes and digestive juices to digest the food and nutrients essential to release energy. However, the same gut microbes also produces acids including alcohol by fermenting the food that passes through the intestine and if it exceeds the levels, that would get saturated and causes several diseases including Fatty_liver_disease, severe inflammation, liver damage and cancer. These incidents are increasingly high among obese, type-2 diabetic and high cholesterol levels.
This is the reason why even non-alcoholic are sometimes getting affected of cancer.