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Immunity for infinity and beyond

Your body, including your gut, skin and other mucosal environments, is colonised by a significant number of microbes. Collectively, they are referred to as your microbiota. Bacteria dominate your gut, yet archaea, fungi, viruses and parasites also exist in smaller numbers.

Your gut microbes deliver multiple functions that your body cannot live without, including production of nutrients, detoxication, regulation of your immune system, and protection against pathogens. Due to advances in technology, it is well understood that your gut microbiota plays a fundamental role in the induction, education and function of your immune system.

What is your immune system?

Your immune system refers to a collection of cells, chemicals and

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