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How do humans benefit from bacteria living in the digestive system?

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Thanks for arouse my imagination
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Default Re: How do humans benefit from bacteria living in the digestive system?

The correct answer is C. Bacteria make certain vitamins.
They also break down complex carbohydrates, so that we humans can extract more energy from our food.
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The correct answer is C. Bacteria make certain vitamins.


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Smile Re: How do humans benefit from bacteria living in the digestive system?

I agree with this opinion,some of the bacterias are helpful to our system,some are not,I'm not a professional,it's about keeping balance in the system,not all good ,or all bad.
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Default Re: How do humans benefit from bacteria living in the digestive system?

Here's an interesting note about some other beneficial effects of symbiotic bacteria:

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Default Re: How do humans benefit from bacteria living in the digestive system?

ok, hope u can share the knowledge in near future,keep done!
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