what is the role of colonic 
bacteria in IBS?


We’ve heard it before; but how can we begin to grasp the implications.

There are ten times as many bacteria in our gut as there are cells in our body and if you were to extract all the genes inside you, 99% of them would be bacterial. Darwin had difficulties convincing people that man had evolved from apes,  so how can we ever accept that so much of how we function is carried out by the bugs inside us?

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