Intestinal Bacteria

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Introduction Billions of bacteria inhabit the intestines, and this intestinal bacteria can be beneficial to the human body in a variety of ways. For example, bacteria aids in digestion by synthesizing vitamins, converting dietary fiber, and degrading dietary toxins. Bacteria also help stimulate the development of the body's immune system. The relationship between good and bad intestinal bacteria is essential to one's health. This is because "inside [the] small and large intestines there are 400 to 500 different species of bacteria that live in synergy, as long as the good bacteria outweigh the bad bacteria. If the balance gets upset...

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