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Poop has been an easy target for microbiome research, but voyages into the small intestine shed new light on ways to improve gut health

By Christopher Damman, Associate Professor of Gastroenterology, School of Medicine, University of Washington
Your upper intestine is host to a distinct population of microbes that play a role in digestion, metabolism and immunity.The Conversation

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