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The Hologenome Era

Summary: A rich network of microbial life in your body plays a powerful role in shaping critical metabolic functions and even influencing your moods and behavior.
Air Date: 4/17/14
Duration: 10
Host: Dr. David Friedman
Guest Bio: Bill Miller, MD
Bill Miller500Dr. Bill Miller has been a physician in academic and private practice for over 30 years. During that period, there have been spectacular advances in biology, medicine, genetics, and microbiology. Combining unique observations about patterns of disease from medicine with current scientific discoveries in many other fields has encouraged his novel and provocative insights into our co-evolutionary journey with the microbial microcosm within each of us.

Dr. Miller is a graduate of Northwestern University in Biology, Northwestern Medical School, and is a member of the medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha. He currently serves as a scientific advisor to OmniBiome Therapeutics, a pioneering company in discovering and developing solutions to problems in human fertility and health through management of the human microbiome.
The Hologenome Era
Have you ever said, “I'm so nervous, my stomach is all in a knot.” Or, “Wow, that was gut-wrenching experience”?

You know that your brain can stimulate reactions in other parts of your body. However, science is now revealing that this is not a simple one-way connection.

A rich network of microbial life in your internal organs plays a powerful role in shaping critical metabolic functions and even influencing your moods and behavior.

We have finally reached the era of the hologenome!  

In this segment, Dr. Miller, a leading expert on the hologenome and author of the new book, The Microcosm Within: Evolution and Extinction in the Hologenome, reveals a number of microbial surprises.

Dr. Miller also shares six surprising things about you and your microbes and how the foods you eat can alter your microbial communities and even influence complex human behaviors such as anxiety, learning, memory, satiety, and appetite.
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