Was Bakterien für unseren Körper tun und wie wir sie dabei unterstützen können
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BACTERIA FOR OUR HEALTH. What Bacteria are doing for our body, and how we can support them
Non-Fiction, Natural Science, ca. 128 pp.
revised extract from “Die Herrscher der Welt”
“We Are not Alone (...) Bernhard Kegel presents many interesting facts on the colonisation of our bodies by bacteria.” Norbert Lossau, Literarische WELT on “Die Herrscher der Welt”
“Biology is going through a very turbulent phase and Bernhard Kegel’s book is a guide through these exciting times, recommendable without hesitation.” Thomas Weber, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on “Die Herrscher der Welt”
With helpful bacteria to a healthy body
The human body is one of the most densely populated places on earth. And nowhere else in the body more microbes are found than in our intestine. Only recently scientists discovered that helping digestion is one of the easiest duties for bacteria to fulfil. But in our growingly hygienic world variety and quantity of bacteria, our invisible helpers, are dwindling. The result: overweight, depression, allergies and other autoimmune diseases.
Using advanced methods scientists are in the process of raising the curtain on a performance that is not so much about sickness, but more about health, cooperation and the division of labour. Bernhard Kegels describes knowledgeably and visibly how living together of human being and microbe is working, which other bacterial hot spots there are in our body and how we can use the new knowledge for our health.
Bernhard Kegel, born in Berlin in 1953, studied chemistry and biology at Freie Universität Berlin, subsequent research activities, worked as an ecological specialist and lecturer. Guitarrist in diverse Berlin Jazz bands since the mid-nineteen seventies. Since 1993 Bernhard Kegel has published several novels and non-fiction books. He has been awarded several prices for his writing.