The history of medicine
2000 BC –people ate roots for the treatment of diseases.
1000 AD –said prayers for cure.
1850 –drank potions.
1920 –swallowed pills.
1945 –started using penicillin.
1955 –bacteria developed resistance -new antibiotic, tetracycline, came in.
1960-1999 –more and more powerful antibiotics introduced.
2000 –the bad bacteria won as not many powerful antibiotics were effective any more.
2001 –the probiotic revolution begins.
World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nation defined probiotics as,
‘Live microorganisms that offer a health benefit to the host when administered in adequate amounts’.
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