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Your gut is home to trillions of bacterial cells, fungi, and viruses—all of which make up your gut “microbiome”. These microbes play a critical role in your health, affecting digestion, immune function, weight regulation, and much more.
Dr. Jennifer McQuade, a medical oncologist at MD Anderson Cancer Center, will discuss the myriad ways that gut microbiome affects our overall health; the risk of cancer and response of cancer to certain treatments; and how the choices we make–such as diet and supplements–impact the microbiome and the immune system.
You will learn:
– What exactly the gut microbiome is and how it affects human health and disease
– Why probiotics are not always good for gut health
– How a healthy gut can affect cancer and cancer therapies
– Practical advice about which foods and other factors help can help or harm the microbiome