It may sound gross, but it's all something that we live with each and every day. Humans emit their own, personal microbial cloud as they interact with the world around them, releasing bacteria and other microbes as they breathe out, wave and move.
Sure, we all have our vices. And for many of us, junk food is one of them. Yet scientists at the University of Georgia have discovered just why we love to overeat when we're scarfing down our favorite greasy meals.
A high fat diet may not only cause your gut bacteria to change; it may also cause you to be unable to tell when you're full.
Scientists are looking at how gut bacteria can prevent disease and have found that the most well-known of these, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG), may help with intestinal problems, respiratory infections and skin disorders.