The gut bacteria that make up the human microbiome play a role in all sorts of diseases. Image: Shutterstock

The microbiome explained: how a vast army of gut bacteria regulates body’s functioning

  • When we eat, we feed the bacteria in our digestive system, and they produce substances both beneficial and harmful
  • New research supports the idea that microorganisms in the gut play a role in all sorts of diseases and health conditions
Topic |   Health and wellness

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The gut bacteria that make up the human microbiome play a role in all sorts of diseases. Image: Shutterstock
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