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Record number 548466
Title How bacteria can keep your gut healthy: beneficial microbes
Author(s) Belzer, C.
Source Wageningen :
Department(s) MolEco
Publication type Sound recording (professional)
Publication year 2019
Keyword(s) microorganisms - intestinal microorganisms - metabolism - pathogens
Categories Human Nutrition and Health
About Your gut is littered with bacteria that are beneficial for your health. These microbes can help digest food by aiding our metabolism, while they can also produce important nutrients such as vitamins. The gut microbiome is important for a healthy immune system by protecting the body against pathogens.
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