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Digestive System Bacteria
Discusses the roles of helpful bacteria in the digestive system.
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Gut Bacteria: We Are What We Eat
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The human digestive system is full of bacteria -- mostly good bacteria. These organisms help break down food so the body can use the nutrients. Learn more about the link between what kinds of bacteria live in our gut and what kinds of food we eat.
SCI.BIO.999.209 (Digestive System Bacteria - Biology)
SCI.BIO.999.209 (Digestive System Bacteria - Life Science)
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