Nobel Prize

Environmental research has shown that in the recreation areas over the sea in the ozone layer dominates lactic acid bacillus. In environmentally disadvantaged areas are the opposite. And there, most people complain to the work of the digestive system. Today it is no secret that a good digestion depends on the microflora inhabiting the digestive tract. In cities is difficult not to feed your friends with bacterial products, preservatives, dyes, disintegrants, stabilizers and other chemicals, like antibiotics that kill bacteria so important. Man breathes the poisoned air, drinking bad water, drinking in general violate the regime and then transport medium slag output lags behind the general metabolism, etc. This is the main reason for the failure of adaptive mechanisms – IMMUNITY.

Start it is intestinal wall! The error of modern society is that by advertising convince us of the usefulness of yogurt, but …. they do not contain dairy sour sticks Mechnikov. Yes, they are useful as food, and if the period of storage is not more than 3 days. Analysis of the scientists showed that the "live bio yogurt" does not happen! In products with long shelf life can not live bacteria, the floor – the year, it just dies … why fermented milk market such a product does not have …. What do? How to raise immunity to propagate a number of important microorganisms. PRESENT MOVEMENT MECHNIKOVSKOE offers a technique called "Oseyanie." The method developed consciousness of the population in a new aspect – "the microbes to of man.

" Therefore, there is refreming conscious relation to its protective microflora. Personal health is the lot of man himself, rather than doctors. Top of the knowledge laid Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov. He always advocated preventive medicine. Although he received the Nobel Prize for developments in the field of immunology, namely, for the phagocytic theory of immunity, (incidentally, the last 100 years the prize of Russian scientists in the ARMY Physiology and Medicine).

Gastroenterology

Gastroenterology is a medical field which focuses on the digestive system and its disorders. The name comes from Ancient Greek, with gaste/gastros meaning stomach, enteron meaning intestine and logos meaning reason.
Doctors who specialize in this field are called gastroenterologists, and they generally complete the full eight years of pre and medical education, as well as a yearlong internship, and three years of residency. These are followed by three more years in a gastroenterology fellowship. Those who specialize in GI radiology, hepatobiliary or gastric medicine, or in GI oncology, usually have another two or three years in a fellowship.
Hepatology, though generally considered part of the same field, is actually a sub-specialty. This study focuses on the liver, pancreas and biliary tree.