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If you haven’t already heard about something called the microbiome, you probably will soon. The human microbiome has become one of the hottest areas of medical research, and findings could lead to a revolution in human health. For people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), the research could hold the key to future treatment and even prevention.

“The human microbiome is all the microbes that normally live inside the human digestive system,” said Keith Sultan, MD, an assistant professor at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and a gastroenterologist at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y. “For doctors who treat IBD, the big interest is in bacteria that live inside the colon and small intestine. These bacteria may be the key to controlling IBD.”

Everyone has trillions of microbes living inside their digestive tract. These microbes, collectively known as the microbiome, help the body digest food, produce vitamins, prevent digestive tract infections, and control the immune system. Research is showing that a healthy balance of these microbes is essential for maintaining good health.

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