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The intestine consists of a node mucous membrane wall (Épithélium).

Like all tissues of the body, this wall is made up of cells.

On the surface of these cells is the mucus which is a sort of gel preventing microbes from entering inside the body.

Scientists have noted that the intestinal flora contributes to the thickening of the mucus and to the consolidation of links between cells.

As a result, this living barrier represents a stronger protection against infectious attacks.

Far more efficient, macrophages distinguishing between harmless and harmful bacteria will fight – if need be – against weakened and outnumbered enemies.