This week we look at the fascinating world of the gut and mouth microbiota, how bacteria may affect health and disease, the similarities between fecal transplants and yogurt starter cultures, and how switching from hunter-gatherers to farmers altered dental hygiene.
This week’s conversation is an exciting and lively discussion about bacteria, stool samples and food. Yum!
|[DIY Black Garlic
|[How to Grow Your Own Kombucha SCOBY
Gut Microbiota For Health - 2nd World Summit
|[Fecal Transplants and Yogurt - More in Common Than You Might Think
|[Body Bugs: 5 Surprising Facts About Your Microbiome
|[Subtle shifts in diet affect genes reports new microbiome project study
|[Pregnancy Offers Unique Revelations about Human Microbiome
||New York Genome Center](http://nygenome.org/blog/pregnancy-offers-unique-revelations-about-human-microbiome)
|[Some antibiotic treatments alter gut microbiota
||Gut Microbiota Worldwatch](http://www.gutmicrobiotawatch.org/some-antibiotic-treatments-alter-gut-microbiota/)
|[More than 700 bacteria live in breast milk
||Gut Microbiota Worldwatch](http://www.gutmicrobiotawatch.org/more-than-700-bacteria-live-in-breast-milk/)
|[Ancient Chompers Were Healthier Than Ours
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