Do Gut Microbes Impact Human Health?

Biologists have long known that the bacteria, protozoa, fungi, yeast, and other microbes that inhabit the guts of all animals can play a key role in their ability to survive. For example, termites cannot digest cellulose and so depend on gut microbes to break wood down into a form they can utilize. And the gut microbes of ruminant animals like cattle, deer, and elephants are largely dependent on t...

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