The people who deal with Type 1 diabetes on a consistent basis have a tedious life. There is a lot that goes into maintaining blood sugar levels when you are diabetes. With that being said, there are now reports of antibiotics affecting people in regards to diabetes. If there is more research that is done, and it is found out to be true, then this would be an absolutely massive revelation in the world of science.
- Type 1 diabetes is a really difficult disease for anyone to deal with on a consistent basis.
- If someone were to take the wrong antibiotics, then their chances of receiving diabetes goes up.
- It is hard to predict how someone will react to certain types of antibiotics they are given.
“As noted in a press release on the study, the researchers found that four different groups of bacteria were more common in mice that were given the single course of antibiotics. Two of these groups (known as Blautia and Akkermansia) have been shown in studies of human children to increase the risk of Type 1 diabetes when they?re unusually abundant in gut bacteria.”