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Re: Why do we get infections if we have more bacteria then we do cells?
 
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Re: Why do we get infections if we have more bacteria then we do cells?


Most of the good bacteria resides in the gut so most of the infections we get are  in the areas that have the least amount of concentrated good bacteria--nose, throat, upper broncial etc.... This is where our immune system(white blood cells) takes over. Of course if the gut is overloaded with pathogens/imbalanced-- then more infections can occur in the gut and in the mucus membranes.

 
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