In this episode, we’re diving into the research, and a brand new solution, focused on the growing understanding of the human microbiome – the microorganisms that help protect us against germs, break down food, and produce vitamins.
We discuss the work that is being done to enlist the microbiome in the fight against disease, and how we can leverage our understanding not just to preserve health but also to actually prevent or treat metabolic disease.
Our guest is Lihi Segal, co-founder of Day Two. Day Two was started in 2015 to bring personalized health solutions based on the gut microbiome into the consumer mainstream. [...read more...]
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