The Human Gut Microbiome
McKenney, E. (2023, January 23).
We evolved in a bacterial world. The gut microbiome affects our development, our behaviors and moods, our immune system and overall health, and our ability to break down toxins and harvest energy from the foods that we eat. Microbes affect our health, behavior, and other aspects of our lives and well-being. Decisions we make in our daily lives, from what foods we eat, to how much time we spend outdoors can help us make the most of our gut microbiome, and all the good that it can do for us.