What kills bacteria in our body?



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    The human immune system uses macrophages to seek and destroy most harmful bacteria invaders. Macrophages are amoeba-like white blood cells that locate, engulf, and digest bacteria and other pathogens. When the immune system is overwhelmed due to multiple attacks, stress, or malnutrition, medical treatment is required to introduce additional antibiotics. However, these antibiotics can actually kill the beneficial bacteria living in the body (and bacteria cells in your body outnumber human cells 10 to 1!), so the best defense is a strong immune system, good diet, and low-stress lifestyle.

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