In healthy humans.
In healthy humans, like other mammals, the colon is home to trillions of bacteria that help to digest food and other essential items such as make – vitamins.We have recently discovered that intestinal bacteria interact with the rest of the body in some surprising ways, as tuning fine-tuning of the immune system, and it it and store energy.
They found that brown fat in the germ-free mice appeared to be more active and burn calories faster than in regular mice.They also found that large intestinal bacteria seemed gender differences gender differences in weight. For example by male mice were heavier and thicker than their female counterparts, but there were no differences in the bacteria – free mice.
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