The surprising facts about dietary fiber

The body and dietary fiber

We often hear the term "intestinal bacteria", but how do they benefit the body?
Intestinal bacteria are bacteria that live inside the intestines of people and animals; it is said that there are over 100 species and more than 100 trillion bacteria living in the intestines. In an adult, they account for about 1.5 kilograms of body weight and make up half the dry mass of faces. Intestinal bacteria include beneficial, harmful, and opportunistic microorganisms.
Here we examine the effects that each have on the intestines and the action that dietary fiber has on bad bacteria and harmful substances.