Your microbiome is a wonder of nature. You (and every other human) share your body with trillions of microbes. About a thousand species of bacteria, archaea, fungi, and viruses live in your mouth, in your gut, and on your skin. It’s estimated that the average human body is inhabited by as many non-human cells as human cells.

These microbes are essential for maintaining human health.

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