Eating This Could Increase Your Risk of Liver Cancer

Your gut microbiome is made of trillions of micro-organisms that live in your stomach and intestines. “In a healthy person, these ‘bugs’ coexist peacefully, with the largest numbers found in the small and large intestines but also throughout the body,” explains the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, noting that these facilitate the day-to-day functioning of the human body.

“The microbiome consists of microbes that are both helpful and potentially harmful. Most are symbiotic (where both the human body and microbiota benefit) and some, in smaller numbers, are pathogenic (promoting disease),” they note. Read more…

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