Each of us consists of a body and a multitude of microbes (a microbiome), most of which live in the gut.
The gut microbiome is important for the digestion of food and our well-being with the support of the immune system, the central nervous system, and other processes. The gut microbiome copes even with our behavior, forcing us to take into account those products that it needs. The gut microbiome affects our body from birth throughout life. The central role of the gut microbiome in our health requires attention to its functioning and support in the necessary moments. Let us remember that we are that the microbes living in our gut eat.