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Some bacterias are essential to our well-being

There are billions of microscopic beings living inside us, and they can influence our mood and behavior. We call it the microbiota.

01/16/2019 12:06 PM
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  • Mantas S.
    01/16/2019 12:10

    Wonder how people believing that AI can be just like humans would respond to this...

  • Lidetwa T.
    01/17/2019 11:30

    amazing

  • Liesl V.
    01/18/2019 09:25

    wys vir boeta mamma!!

  • Neil C.
    01/19/2019 14:49

    eto pala ang dahilan bi 👀

  • Phillip B.
    01/20/2019 07:18

    Not quite true - they don't appear when we're born, but rather earlier. Some - mitochondria - can no longer live without us, nor we without them - and we inherited those from our mothers.

  • Mennat M.
    01/21/2019 05:38

    Yes, some bacteria results in parmesan cheese😋

  • John C.
    01/21/2019 07:41

    But are THEY vegan??

  • Prince V.
    01/22/2019 19:36

    Lack of Money is the reason why ur moody. Not this damn bacteria

  • Ratul K.
    01/24/2019 08:00

    Vagina! Brain! Damn...!!

  • Bhaskar N.
    01/24/2019 16:22

    Rajeshwari check, all microbs are bad.

  • Oum K.
    01/27/2019 00:30

    Scary👈

  • Anthony B.
    01/27/2019 04:10

    Did somo say midichlorians?

  • hailie shea
    01/28/2019 05:05

    I definitely don’t agree with this, enzymes aid in digestion not bacteria, viruses, and germs.

  • Daniel P.
    01/28/2019 15:39

    a culpa n é minha...é da minha microbiota hahahahaha

  • Mohammad H.
    01/29/2019 17:29

    reason behind ur mood swings😂

  • Bonjo S.
    02/02/2019 10:23

    I aint bacteria at all

  • Margreet K.
    05/12/2019 12:37

    deze bedoelde ik 😅