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Humans, as well as non-human species, are hosts to several microorganisms that inhabit the gastrointestinal tract. Among these microorganisms, few of them are such whose relationship with the host is not only commensal (a harmless coexistence) but also mutual. While it might seem otherwise, some organisms even benefit the host in many ways. Some microorganisms are known to ferment dietary ...

Gut flora, or gut microbiome, refers to the trillions of microbes that live inside our bodies as well as outside it (i.e., on our skin).  The "gut microbiome" resides in our digestive tract – specifically the cecum.  The gut microbiome plays a significant role in our health.  Apart from aiding the digestive process, it also helps with our immunity and ...