Eugenia Bone: Are we addicted to chemicals in soil?
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Author Eugenia Bone and Dr. Gundry talk about the importances of microbes (aka gut bugs) in this episode. Microbiology is the new frontier in human health, agriculture, and environmental science, for starters. It is the science of life, and yet most people don’t have the chops to understand what is being discovered and reported on. Fifty percent of the world is microbial, which means if we don’t have a little microbiology under our belts, we can’t understand half of ourselves.
Bone’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Food & Wine among other publications. She is a member of the National Association of Science Writers. Her books include Mycophilia, The Kitchen Ecosystem, and her most recent Microbia: A Journey Into the Unseen World Around You.
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