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Healthy, anti-inflammatory gut bacteria is actually key to averting the start of cancer

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A number of studies have indicated that the “good” bacteria living in our intestines play an important role in managing obesity and preventing disease, and new research has found that gut bacteria also helps in preventing cancer.

The latest study, conducted by researchers at the University of California, showed that the anti-inflammatory properties associated with certain types of gut bacteria actually slow down or stop the development of certain types of cancer.

These findings may lead to cancer prevention treatments based on the use of probiotics that regulate the amount of anti-inflammatory bacteria in the intestinal tract.

As reported by Science Daily: