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Four reasons antibiotics are not good for you

Four reasons antibiotics are not good for you| TheNewsTribe.com

In this fast-paced life, we have to take antibiotics whenever we fall sick in order to keep pace with the ongoing routine. While they may give your temporary relief, in the long run, they can cause irreversible damage to your body. Here are a few:

They increase the risk of obesity

According to studies, industrial raised animals are given low doses of antibiotics to make them fatter, which could also occur in humans.

Can cause type I diabetes

Since antibiotics kill the beneficial bacteria in the intestines, they play havoc with your immune system. If you consume a large dose of them since an early age, it can cause your immune system to attack the pancreas, thus affecting your insulin-making process, causing diabetes.

They can destroy good bacteria

Though a bad bacteria, it is the reason which protects people from asthma. Killing it can lead to asthma.

Resistant to infections

The biggest disadvantage of taking antibiotics on a regular basis is that it increases the risk of antibiotic resistant infections.