Additional indications for the use of milk-based preparationsacid
AUTHORS : Fadeev I.V. | Berezina E.N.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : MC “Bio-Fall”, Voronezh, Russia
YEAR : 2020 | Category : Educational
“Words are needed to capture the meaning. When the meaning is caught, words are not needed. ” Chuang Tzu (369 BC – 286 BC)
It is a well-known fact that rapidly developing organisms, organs or cells require a large amount of energy. One of the main energy substrates for living organisms are carbohydrates. Rapidly dividing cells in comparison with ordinary cells increase the consumption of these substances by 10-30 times. Moreover, if cells with a normal rate of division use glycogen, then overly active cells switch to a faster method of obtaining energy and use glucose for this .
The result of this enhanced anaerobic oxidation of glucose is a dramatic increase in the amount of lactic acid in the affected tissues. Such an increasing change in the internal environment in the diseased organ blocks both the photon fluxes, with the help of which intercellular communication occurs , and the immunological response aimed at eliminating transformed cells, and the possibility of targeted action of medicinal substances.