Really fascinating article–has anyone else read the book? I need to brew kombucha.
noun mi-cro-bi-o-ta -bī-ˈōt-ə
: a microbial community
noun mi-cro-bi-ome -bī-ˈōm
: all the microbial genes in a microbiota
I first read about the Sonnenburgs—a husband and wife team of Stanford PhDs studying the microbiota—in an article Michael Pollan wrote for the New York Times a couple of years ago. When I learned they had written a book, The Good Gut, I headed to my independent book store on the pub date to pick it up. I knew I would love it. I was right.
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