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[1945900] It is a known fact that antibiotics have been used in the livestock sector to prevent diseases, but these drugs have also been used for the growth of animals their use is usually out of focus.   These medicines cause more appetite for the animals and thus gain weight quickly. Thus, the days required for animals to reach the "altitude" are shortened.   This practice continues in the US especially in the 1950s, but in the 1970s antibiotics are added directly into animal feed. The ethical nature of this situation is a separate debate, but the use of antibiotics is both serious for animals as well as serious health problems for people.   Scientists think that unbalanced antibiotic use will further increase the antibiotic resistance in infections. You can access our content here here.   The second question on the mind of scientists is that meat products from animals using antibiotics cause people to gain weight in the same way.   According to a hypothesis developed by experts, antibiotics cause beneficial bacteria in the intestines to die and change the way they digest foods.   The Berkeley Wellness Center of the University of California explains that different types of bacteria, which help digest foods, have been depleted in the balance, potentially leading to higher calorie intake than the foods you eat. Experts have not fully discovered the effect of the microflora structure of useful bacteria on human health.   CLICK: The link between your digestive system bacteria and your sanity will surprise you  



A recent study shows that a fecal sample of a fecal sample, which has recently begun to be made, shows that a weak person has lost weight due to an acute onset of obesity. On the contrary, was observed.

 

In fact, the idea that antibiotics used in animals cause people to lose weight is being investigated in the past 20 years. Of course, it is also possible to gain weight due to different reasons. Unhealthy nutrition, especially in modern times, is seen as a major problem, but experts state that unhealthy nutrition is seen at similar rates in the US in the 1950s.

 

In this regard, Dr. Lee Riley says that our nutrition and lifestyle are a factor in the increase of obesity but not the only reason. Riley notes that it is true that we have consumed more calories than in the 1900s, but that obesity figures have risen dramatically, especially after the 1970s.

 

Riley underlines that the most obvious thing that has changed in these times is the water and the antibiotic ratios in our foods. Riley says that animals have lost weight because of antibiotics, and that we are not very different from these animals.

 

Between 2009 and 2013 there is a significant increase in the use of antibiotics in the livestock sector. Not only in the US, but also in Portugal, Hungary, Italy, Spain and Cyprus, antibiotic use rates are higher than in the US

 

followed a serious problem on this subject in Turkey. Since 2009, antibiotics which are brought under the name of "yellow dust" by illegal routes from abroad are being used in our country for productivity increase. With that, Dr. Yavuz Dizdar especially explained that the poultry industry has been using antibiotics at a serious rate for productivity increase.

 

To address this issue, Canada, in particular, is expected to enforce the decision to prescribe antibiotics given to animals, while the stronger structure of livestock and drug lobbies will be effective in decisions to be made in other countries.

 

While reducing meat consumption for consumers is an option, there are also high levels of antibiotic residues in some fruits and vegetables. In this case, it is stated that the strongest move to change will be consumer pressures on producers.

 

This is a complicated global phenomenon, but one of the biggest mistakes producers make is to see the consumer's power. Turkey also non-governmental organizations has already begun work on this issue. Greenpeace Mediterranean has long been informing society about the production of the chicken industry.

 

In recent times he has been working to use the term "natural" of the Wheat Association properly and consciously. You can support this signature campaign here.