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The human microbiome is an intricate consortium of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses, that inhabit various physiological niches. These microbial communities perform essential functions such as immunomodulation, metabolism of non-digestible food components, and protection against pathogenic invasion (NIH, Harvard Medical School).

Probiotics, comprising non-pathogenic microbial strains like Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Saccharomyces boulardii, and Bacillus species, have been empirically validated to augment these physiological processes (WHO, FDA). Clinical studies published in reputable journals like "Gut Microbes" and "Frontiers in Immunology" substantiate the beneficial impact of specific probiotic strains on the existing gut microbiota, thereby fostering a balanced microbiome and promoting overall health (Mayo Clinic, USDA).

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