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How the body builds a healthy relationship with ‘good’ gut bacteria – EurekAlert

Research published in Nature reveals insights into how the body maintains balance with ”good” gut bacteria that allows these microbes to flourish in the intestine…



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IMAGE: To establish a healthy relationship with “good ” gut bacteria, the body trains the immune system to recognize these microbes at early stages.
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Credit: François-Joseph Lapointe, Université de Montréal
Our body’s relationship with bacteria is complex. While infectious bacteria can cause illness, our gut is also teaming with “good” bacteria that aids nutrition and helps keep us healthy. But even the “good” can have bad effects if these bacteria end up in tissues and organs where they’re…

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