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The Gut: Human Microbiome ExplainedWritten by Dr. Chad Larson
The microbiome of the human gastrointestinal (GI) tract can best be described as a bacterial ecosystem. While there are a variety of ecosystems in the human body with their own microbiomes, the GI tract houses the highest bacterial cell densities of them all.
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If you have a condition which relates to bowel discomfort and digestive health or are suffering from discomfort, we would be very be interested in hearing your views and experiences. All participants who have completed the full survey will be eligible to be entered into a prize draw. Winners will be chosen at random with one person winning a £25 Amazon voucher and 5 runners up to win one of 5 hand sanitisers.
Meet our blogger Louiseby talkhealth blogger Louise Potter
Louise has a permanent ileostomy which was formed in 11/16. "This stoma wasn’t my first rodeo and I had a temporary ileostomy formed in September of 2009 to save my life due to sepsis, faecal peritonitis and pneumonia after a rather fraught C-section." Find out more about Louise's story and read her blog here...
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