Non-pathogenic Bacteria

Non-pathogenic bacteria are microorganisms that do not cause any disease or harm to other organisms. Most of the bacterias are non-pathogenic. But some of these have the potential to cause illness. Immuno-compromised patients are more prone to infections because of weak immune systems. Escherichia coli strain is an excellent example of non-pathogenic bacteria as it is found in the gastrointestinal tract and causes immune responses in human beings.

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What foods encourage the growth of good oral flora?

Query: Hi doctor, I am 32 years old, and I want to boost my oral microbiome. Please suggest me some foods to increase good bacteria in the mouth.  Read Full »

Dr. Soheel Hussain Zargar

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Thank you for the query. There are both good and bad bacteria in the oral cavity. So it becomes essential to stimulate good ones and eradicate bad ones. It depends on the food we take: The foods which encourage the growth of good flora in the mouth are: 1) Dairy produ...  Read Full »

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