The Gut Microbiota

Emerging research suggests that keeping the microorganisms in our guts properly balanced could have huge potential health benefits.

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The gut microbiota—a community of trillions of bacteria and other microbes that live in the human digestive tract—may have a powerful impact on human health. The study of the microbiota

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