Bookcover of Environmental Human Microbiome Metabolic Systemic Disorder
Booktitle:

Environmental Human Microbiome Metabolic Systemic Disorder

Metabolic World

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2020-03-23 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-2-51587-0

ISBN-10:
6202515872
EAN:
9786202515870
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Human metabolism contributes to climate change and can be considered as human microbiome metabolic disorder. The major proportion of the world ecosystem is made up of human population. Human activities in the era of industrialization lead to global warming, accumulation of greenhouse gases and initiation of climate change. This leads to increase colonic and endosymbiotic archaeal growth generating methane which accelerates global warming which assumes a tempo of its own. The human diet in the modern era with low dietary fibre and increased fat and protein also leads to colonic and endosymbiotic archaeal growth. This can also leads to increased human methane production by colonic and endosymbiotic archaeal growth initiating global warming without the effect of industrialization. The climate change can be induced by colonic and endosymbiotic archaeal growth consequent to behavioural nutritional change induced by low fibre intake. These effects of global warming can be reversed by reducing colonic and endosymbiotic archaeal growth by increasing dietary fibre intake. Climate change can be considered as environmental evolutionary human microbiome metabolic systemic disorder.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Ravikumar Kurup, Parameswara Achutha Kurup
Number of pages:
308
Published on:
2020-03-23
Stock:
Available
Category:
General Natural Sciences
Price:
82.90 €
Keywords:
environmental, Human Microbiome, Metabolic Systemic Disorder

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