Is the number of bacteria populating the human intestine greater than the total number of cells in the human body

Is the number of bacteria populating the human intestine greater than the total number of cells in the human body? 

Yes. The average human body consists of approximately 10 trillion cells, whereas there are approximately 10 times that number of microorganisms in the gut.

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