Unusual Relations or a delicate Balance? Microbes, gut, obesity, inflammation, brain function and the impact of good and not so good lymphatic drainage

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    Abstract

    Introduction

    The gut is a tube. Its contents and its innermost layer, the mucosa, are the external environment. The gut and its wall are like the skin - a barrier between our internal and the external environment. Most often all is well and the barrier is structurally sound and functions as it should; however sometimes things can go wrong and these aberrations can become chronic.

    Keywords

    • Microbes
    • Gut
    • Obesity
    • inflammation
    • brain function
    • lymphatic drainage
    • mucosa

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