Dr. Emeran Mayer connects the human and soil microbiomes—both stretched to their limits and beyond by today’s diet, lifestyle, and industrial practices. And he tells us how we can eat and grow food in a way that heals the body, the economy, and the planet.
Our immune system has evolved over millions of years into extraordinarily effective forces for fighting off illness. But they’re not perfect. New York Times reporter Matt Richtel tell us how they work, what can go wrong, and what we can do to stay as healthy as possible.
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Each one of us is more like a forest than a tree. From our skin on in, we contain untold millions of genetically diverse organisms whose job it is to keep us healthy. Science is just beginning to understand how they work — and how this understanding can be used to treat and prevent illness.