via Dr. Daniel Pompa
Feb 2, 2018
We live and die by microorganisms: they are that important. A complicated relationship exists between humans and the trillions of bacteria, viruses, fungi and other microorganisms that live in and on our bodies, and we are only beginning to understand its intricacies. Dr. Wil Spencer is an expert in creating homeostasis between humans and the microorganisms in their environment, along with balancing our energetic fields to optimize cellular health. During the interview, we dig into ways microorganisms affect gene expression, the best diet to optimize the microbiome, why excess probiotics and fermented foods cause trouble, ideas to optimize indoor air and water quality, and more.