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how does the body protect against the entry of pathogens through the digestive tract?
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Toxic enviorment: Strong gastric acid and digestive enzymes are a potent barrier. and those that get by this first line of defence are attacked by WBCs and immunoglobins Even Probiotics have a poor chance so don't waste your money
Answered on Oct 21, 2015
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