The microbiome in our gut consists of up to 1,000 different types of bacteria and about 100 trillion cells. As such, it has 10 times as many cells as we have. The development of the microbiome depends on a number of factors: absorption of microorganisms from the mother’s vagina at birth, breast feeding by the mother, what . . .

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