Jan 30, 2020
In this week's interview, correspondent Elizabeth Ralston talks with Bob Redmond and Anne Biklé about the complexities of the microbiome. They highlight how microscopic organisms are essential to the health of its host—whether that's our soil or our own bodies. Biklé likens the gut to a garden, encouraging us to recontextualize ourselves as part of an ecosystem and exploring ways to keep that system healthy. They dive into discussions of cancer, mental health, inflammation, and the steps we can take to cultivate a healthy microbiome. Get an insider's look and stay in the know about what's going on in this moment at Town Hall Seattle.
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The event is co-produced by Survivor Bee and co-sponsored by Big Dipper Waxworks, King County LOOP® Biosolids, the Center for Microbiome Sciences and Therapeutics at the University of Washington, The Common Acre and Rainbow Natural Remedies.