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What's In Your Gut? Lessons From The Microbiome

Hi everyone! I gave this talk yesterday at the SXSW festival yesterday in Austin, Texas. It outlines some of the newest discoveries in microbiome research, as well as revealing my own uBiome data.

Hope you enjoy it.

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4 Thoughts on “What's In Your Gut? Lessons From The Microbiome”

  • Nice! thanks for sharing your gut biome!

    Incidentally, I love kombucha too, but note that most of its live microbes are yeast (not detected by uBiome yet). The one bacterial strain it contains (acetobacter) is the same one that makes vinegar (which come to think of it is good to eat too)

    • Alexandra Carmichael says:

      Thanks Richard!! So nice to have a fellow microbiome pioneer with whom to explore this new territory. Great insights! 🙂

  • Laura Henze Russell says:

    Great presentation!

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