Non-organic farmers have been using a feeding trick for decades which involves the use of antibiotics to enhance the growth of animals like cows, turkey, chicken, and pigs. Now scientists have found out that the same antibiotics used to fatten up livestock could be causing people to grow fat, too. Researchers led by Ilseung Cho, MD, MS assistant professor of medicine and gastroenterology at New York University School of Medicine, report that by using antibiotics they can manipulate the population of intestinal bacteria and alter how they metabolize certain nutrients. He states that antibiotics have the ability to kill beneficial […]Continue reading Antibiotics can Make You Fat
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