Lately, I feel that it’s hard to avoid discussions of the microbiome. If you have managed to steer clear, a primer: the microbiome is the genetic material of all the bacteria, fungi, etc, which live in your gut. They are thought to be crucial in regulating your immune response and helping digestion; variations in the…

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