The billions of microbes that live in our intestine and that make up the intestinal microbiota fulfill key functions for our survival. Not only do they help us digest certain foods and extract nutrients and vitamins, but they also educate our immune system, and may help protect us against autoimmune diseases, in which the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells in the body . New research with mice has found that gut microbiota can help protect us

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