Is The Secret To A Healthier Microbiome Hidden In The Hadza Diet?

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Is The Secret To A Healthier Microbiome Hidden In The Hadza Diet?

Lawrence David was featured in the NPR series "All Things Considered" on August 24. Hear what he had to say about research conducted by Justin Sonnenberg, a microbiologist studying the microbiome at Stanford University. Sonnenberg and his colleagues have been reseraching a group of hunter-gatherers in Tanzania, called Hadza, whose diets consist almost entirely of food they find in the forest. Their microbiome fluctuates over time, depending on the season and what they were eating. 

Read more and learn about David's take on this exciting research.

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