orthobiosis

orthobiosis

(or″thō-bī-ō′sĭs) [″ + bios, life]
Right living; a term used by E. E. Metchnikoff in the early 1900s to encompass all the factors that may affect longevity and well-being.
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(When the gut flora is in healthy balance, the condition is called "orthobiosis.") They said also that confirmation of the link between gut pathogenic bacteria and CHF severity suggests that "personalized therapeutic strategies" that target the microbial pathway might be needed.