What is the role of symbiotic bacteria in the human body?

1) symbiotic bacteria that live in the digestive tract, supply the human body with vitamins, essential amino acids;
2) bacteria provide fermentation of fiber, which is not digested in the digestive tract;
3) symbiotic bacteria compete with pathogenic bacteria for habitat and food, thereby protecting the body from parasites

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