The gut microbiota and human host have a symbiotic relationship that helps promote health and prevent disease.4,7 Gut microbiota are key regulators of physiologic, metabolic, and immune-related processes that are required in maintaining homeostasis.3,15,16
Compelling evidence also suggests that gut microbiota can influence the activity of other organ systems, including the CNS.3,17
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