Holistic medicine has long focused on intestinal health as one of the core concerns for general health. There may be many ways that the digestive system plays a pivotal role in overall health. One of them is its involvement in the body's immune response. A new study shows that the intestinal flora plays a key role in the immune response to the invasion of bacteria and viruses:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/07/120702152940.htm

The study of intestinal flora has been plagued by a bias: namely, that the studies were done on an already "industrialized" population with eating habits that could hardly be called "natural" Now a research team has studied the African Hanza hunter-gatherers and has drawn important conclusions for what a health gut flora would be.

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