Did You Know!

Many of the bacteria residing in the human body have a symbiotic relationship with their hosts, meaning they benefit from the association, and in turn, provide benefits to the host. For instance, bacteria in the gut help break down dietary fibers and produce essential vitamins like vitamin K and certain B vitamins. In exchange, they receive a nutrient-rich environment to thrive in. This mutualistic relationship is crucial for maintaining overall health and well-being.