肠生不老
肠生不老
作者:埃默伦·迈耶
格式:EPUB/MOBI/AZW3
时间:2024-03-26
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内容简介

  《肠生不老》内容简介

  近百年来,人类社会的发展剧烈地改变了地球的环境,而我们也正在为这种改变付出极大的代价——所有与人类“大脑-肠道-微生物”相互作用改变有关的疾病,在过去10年中的患病率都急剧上升,甚至已达到危及公共健康的水平线。在相关医疗卫生系统和制药工业集团的支持下,这些疾病的致死率虽然没有显著升高,但总体患病率依然在持续上升。可见,目前人类的寿命增长了,但健康质量却严重下降。

  在这本开创性的医学科普新作中,胃肠道疾病领域先驱埃默伦·迈耶博士基于40年的科学研究,证明肠道微生物组在21世纪人类健康危机中发挥着关键作用。迈耶博士在书中全面探讨了肠道微生物组的改变与抑郁症、自闭症、糖尿病、心血管疾病病和癌症等慢性疾病发展之间的必然联系,以及有关Covid-19等传染病易感性的前沿研究。

  迈耶博士认为,应对公共健康危机,关键是要遏制慢性病和传染性疾病的发病率。为了扭转慢性病和传染病的发展趋势,我们必须改变今天的生活方式,限时进食,改善新陈代谢,更好地控制基于肠道的免疫系统和微生物系统,充分利用食物的自然治愈力,预防食品体系对人类健康造成的有害影响。

  迈耶博士相信,未来我们必将战胜病毒大流行,在这个紧要关头,我们更要正视健康警钟的鸣响,切实可行地通过健康新举措造福人类,让我们更健康、更长寿。

  作者简介

  【美】埃默伦·迈耶(Emeran Mayer),医学博士,过去40年里一直致力于研究大脑-身体相互联系的研究,特别强调大脑-肠道联系。他被认为是脑-肠微生物群相互作用和慢性内脏痛领域的先驱和世界领导者。

  他是奥本海默压力与复原力神经生物学中心的执行主任,也是加利福尼亚大学洛杉矶分校消化疾病研究中心的共同主任。他的研究在过去25年中一直得到美国国立卫生研究院的支持。

  他的研究成果曾被美国国家公共广播电台(NPR)、美国公共电视网(PBS)、纪录片《寻找平衡》(In Search of Balance)等广泛报道。他的作品经常发表于《大西洋月刊》《科学人》《纽约时报》《卫报》等出版物中。



"The intestine is immortal" content introduction

In the last hundred years, the development of human society has dramatically changed the earth's environment, and we are paying a great price for this change - all diseases related to human "brain-gut-microbiome" interaction have risen dramatically in the past decade, and even reached the level of public health threat. With the support of the relevant health systems and pharmaceutical industry groups, the death rate of these diseases has not increased significantly, but the overall prevalence has continued to rise. It can be seen that at present, human life expectancy has increased, but the quality of health has seriously decreased.

In this groundbreaking new book, Dr. Emeron Meyer, a pioneer in the field of gastrointestinal diseases, builds on 40 years of scientific research to demonstrate that the gut microbiome plays a key role in the human health crisis of the 21st century. In the book, Dr. Meyer explores thoroughly the link between changes in the gut microbiome and the development of chronic diseases such as depression, autism, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer, as well as cutting-edge research on susceptibility to infectious diseases such as Covid-19.

Dr. Meyer believes that the key to dealing with the public health crisis is to curb the incidence of chronic and infectious diseases. In order to reverse the trend of chronic diseases and infectious diseases, we must change the way we live today by time-restricted eating, improved metabolism, better control of the gut based immune system and microbial system, and take full advantage of the natural healing power of food to prevent the harmful effects of the food system on human health.

Dr. Meyer believes that in the future, we will overcome the virus pandemic, and at this critical juncture, we must face up to the health alarm bell, and practically benefit mankind through new health measures, so that we can be healthier and live longer.

About the author

Emeran Mayer, M.D., has spent the past 40 years researching brain-body interconnections, with a special emphasis on the brain-gut connection. He is considered a pioneer and world leader in the field of brain-gut microbiome interactions and chronic visceral pain.

He is executive director of the Oppenheimer Center for the Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience and co-director of the Digestive Disease Research Center at UCLA. His research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health for the past 25 years.

His research has been featured extensively on NPR, PBS, and the documentary In Search of Balance. His work has frequently appeared in publications such as The Atlantic, The Scientist, The New York Times, and the Guardian.

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