[STUDY] Intestinal Bacteria Can Help Humans Live Up To 100 Years!


Intestinal bacteria can actually help humans live up to 100 years, as claimed by a new study. 

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Yvette Florens (R), 85 years old kisses her mother French eldest person Honorine Rondello (L), 113 years old, on September 7, 2016 at the retirement home where she lives in Saint-Maximin-La Sainte-Baume.

Many people across the globe are trying to find ways on how they can have a healthy lifestyle. 

They are doing this as they want to live longer. The most common things they do is avoid stress, eat healthy food, regular exercise, etc. 

Now, another factor for longer life was identified by a new study conducted by researchers from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research at the University of Copenhagen. 

Intestinal Bacteria Can Help Humans Live Up To 100 Years!

According to Interesting Engineering, researchers identified a common trait of people who reached 100 years old or older. 

[STUDY] Intestinal Bacteria Can Help Humans Live Up To 100 Years! Experts Found It in Centenarians

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Paraguayan Anacleto Escobar (R), veteran of the Chaco War (1932-1935) fought between Paraguay and Bolivia, and his wife Cayetana Roman, smile during a ceremony coinciding with his 100th birthday in which they received a house — the first in their lives they own — as a gift for his merits, in Neembucu, Paraguay, on January 7, 2015. The event was organized by the governor of the state of Neembucu, Carlos Silva, to honour Escobar.

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This is a unique combination of intestinal bacterial viruses and bacteria. The new study, which was published in the Nature Microbiology journal, examined 176 centenarians in Japan. 

The study’s first author, Postdoc Joachim Johansen, said that previous studies already showed that old Japanese citizens have intestinal bacteria. 

This produces brand-new molecules; making their bodies resistant to disease-promoting pathogenic microorganisms. 

“And if their intestines are better protected against infection, well, then that is probably one of the things that cause them to live longer than others,” said Johansen. 

Joachim and other involved researchers relied on a new algorithm to identify the intestinal bacteria and bacterial viruses inside the bodies of centenarians. 

You can click here to learn more about their findings.  

How To Live a Longer Life

Of course, not everyone can have the newly identified intestinal bacteria combinations in the study. 

But, there are things you can do to reach 100 years old. Via CNBC, many centenarians shared what they are doing to live a longer life. 

These include the following: 

  • Try doing some work to keep your mind busy/engaged. This could be a non-stressful job or just a hobby. 
  • Always surround yourself with friends and family. 
  • Always see the positive things in life. Avoid focusing on the negative happenings. 
  • Exercise regularly; even if it’s just walking in the morning or at night. 
  • Treat your mental health just like how you value your physical health. 

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Meanwhile, experts claimed that self-propelled microrobots could be the future of medicine. 

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