A Research on the Relationship between Intestinal Flora and Human Longevity

Muzi Cui (Second Clinical College of Hainan Medical university)
Jianhua Wu (First Clinical College of Hainan Medical university)
Yin Zhang (First Clinical College of Hainan Medical university)
Sixing Liu (School of International Nursing, Hainan Medical University)
Shifeng Shuai (School of Clinical, Hainan Medical University)
Liyi Dan (Second Clinical College of Hainan Medical university)
Pingping Yan (Clinical Skills Center of Hainan Medical University)

Article ID: 3770

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jams.v5i1.3770

Abstract


The exploration of human life and health is advancing with the changes of the times. With the growth of age, the occurrence of chronic diseases of human immunity and organ system is frequent, which has a serious impact on human health. Genes, environment and other random factors determine the outcome of longevity, and intestinal flora is considered to be a decisive factor affecting human health and longevity, mainly because of its huge impact on human immunity, growth and development. The study of the relationship between intestinal flora and longevity is beneficial to improve the health status of the elderly and improve the overall life level of human beings, which has great scientific research value. This review will review the role of intestinal flora in longevity.


Keywords


Intestinal flora; A long life. Life and health

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