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The microbiome is all the microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, viruses) living in our body. An average human being would be made up of 100,000 billion bacteria, which would represent approximately 2 kg of our total weight. Clearly we have more bacteria in our body than cells (10 times more to be precise).

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