An Introduction To Our Bacterial Masters!
We human beings may think of ourselves as a highly evolved species of conscious individuals, but we are all far less human than most of us appreciate.
Indeed, Princeton University scientists compared the approximately 30,000 human genes found in the average human to the more than 3 million bacterial genes inhabiting us, concluding that we are at most one per cent human!
And if that is not startling enough, did you know the lining of your gut is as thin as an eyelid. It takes just four days to regenerate itself and over a lifetime, it will help process 25 tons of food. It is far more sensitive and permeable than your skin and is the true interface between your body and the outside world.
Wow! What to find out more? Then click on the link below for a ‘world view’ altering introduction to our bacterial masters!