how much each person varies exercise it concerns. There are people who get attached to a bicycle, while others do it simply out of obligation and health compliance. Although it is likely that this reaction is not caused by laziness, but by the intestinal mycobiota.
The research was initially carried out by scientists on rats, which can react differently to humans. But according to the notes given by their authors NatureIf this is real, it could lead to new therapies in exercise, improving motivation in lazy people. It would also help to modify the diets that provide for the proliferation of bacteria in the intestinal microbiota in the first place.
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Microbiota is the group of microorganisms that live in our body under normal conditions. They are not like microbes that suddenly appear in our bodies. They live all over our bodies, which they use as shelter. They benefit us in their own way, aiding the digestion process and actually attacking harmful microorganisms. It is also likely that it protects our system against neurological diseases, as large numbers of neurons are found in the gut, where the microbiota resides.
To test this experiment, scientists at the University of Pennsylvania timed a group of rats to analyze how long they voluntarily ran on the wheel. In addition, their blood and stool samples were analyzed to observe their DNA as well as their intestinal microbiota. It was analyzed by artificial intelligence to see if common elements were found. And there they were: The mice that spent more time on the wheel had a higher proportion of two species of bacteria in their microbiota: eubacterium oblong why coprococcus euactus,
Both bacteria produce fatty acid amide (FAA) compounds through their metabolic activity. They affect CB1 endocannabinoid receptors in the gut, which connect to the brain through the spinal cord. Thus they send signals that trigger the release of dopamine. This will make the rats happy; So they will love the exercise.
Although until now these analyzes were done using brain responses, but now it can be assumed that perhaps the intestines can also give similar responses.
It remains only to confirm whether this affection occurs equally in humans. In this case, better treatment can be planned to give people more motivation to exercise.