Saturday, December 6, 2014

Humans Have Lost Many of Our Gut Bacteria Since We Evolved from Apes


No human is ever truly alone — each of us carries a diverse wealth of bacterial species in our gut, which help digest food, destroy other invading microbes, and regulate the immune system.


Full story: Humans Have Lost Many of Our Gut Bacteria Since We Evolved from Apes


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