Mar 31, 2020
How are the health of soil, plants, bees, and humans connected? An all-star panel of experts joins us to answer this question with a discussion of the microscopic universe at the beginning and end of our food chain—the microbiome.
Elissa Arnheim combines her health and ecology expertise in fostering robust populations and resilient terrain in children’s guts. She helps mothers reverse their children’s chronic health issues while taking care of themselves. Arnheim’s work gives moms empowered clarity by reducing stomach problems, anxiety and focus issues, and picky eating.
Anne Biklé is a science writer and public speaker. She has over two decades of experience in field biology, natural history, and environmental planning. Her work focuses on the connections between people, plants, food, health, and the environment.
William DePaolo, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, recipient of the Garvey Endowed Chair in Gastroenterology, and Director of CMiST, Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics. Buy Her Book Here
Jenifer Walke, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Eastern Washington University. She is a microbial and disease ecologist.
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