Pooped: The Second Brain Inside Us
Anita has a gut feeling none of us know as much as we should about the connection between our intestinal health and how our minds work.
Meet the guests:
- Ian Carroll, assistant profession of nutrition at UNC-Chapel Hill teaches us what we need to know about our gut microbiome.
- Lin Chang, a gastroenterologist and co-director of the G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience, explains the science behind the "gut feeling."
- Lydia Greene, a postdoctoral fellow at the Duke Lemur Center, explains what lemur poop teaches us about humans.
- Anita's parents talk about why it was okay to talk about poop at their family dining table.
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