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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Eugenia Bone. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Eugenia Bone, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Eugenia Bone. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Eugenia Bone, often where they are interviewed.

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Mushrooms and Microbes with Eugenia Bone

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A podcast devoted to the wild and wacky world of Mushrooms! Episode 31 is a delightful conversation with Eugenia bone about the fungi in the micro and macro world. This is a well rounded episode that touches on the science, culture, politics, and more in the world of mycology. We also discuss her book Microbia: A Journey into the Unseen World Around You as well as a favorite in the myco-community Mycophilla.
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Eugenia Bone is based in NYC and western Colorado, and is nationally known nature and food writer and author. She is a member of the American Society of Science Writers and former president of the NYMS. She is the author of the beloved Mycophilia, as well as many other award-winning books. Her work appears in numerous magazines and newspapers including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Currently, Eugenia is teaching a class at the NY Botanical Gardens on psychedelic mushrooms.
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She is featured in the documentary Fantastic Fungi, directed by Louie Schwartzberg and is a contributor to the companion book.
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Mushroom Revival is an Organic medicinal mushroom company based in South Deerfield Massachusetts.  We help people gain more energy, a better nights sleep, a clearer mind and a bullet proof immune system. We plant one tree for every product we sell, revitalizing health inside and out with organic medicinal mushrooms. We are the biggest producer of Cordyceps militaris mushrooms in the western world and the only certified organic producer in this half of the globe.
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Dec 10 2019 · 1hr 16mins
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Are we addicted to chemicals in soil? l Eugenia Bone

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Nature and food author, Eugenia Bone and Dr. Gundry talk about the importances of microbes (aka gut bugs) in this episode. Microbiology is the new frontier in human health, agriculture, and environmental science, for starters. It is the science of life, and yet most people don’t have the chops to understand what is being discovered and reported on. Fifty percent of the world is microbial, which means if we don’t have a little microbiology under our belts, we can’t understand half of ourselves.

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Bone’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Food & Wine among other publications. She is a member of the National Association of Science Writers. Her books include Mycophilia, The Kitchen Ecosystem, and her most recent Microbia

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Nov 04 2018 · 40mins

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078: Microbes: The Unseen World Around You with Eugenia Bone

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The complex, rich, and diverse ecological community of microbes within the human body requires special attention, as it has been directly linked to regulating 70 percent of the body’s immune

The post 078: Microbes: The Unseen World Around You with Eugenia Bone appeared first on John Douillard's LifeSpa | Ayurveda and Natural Health.

Sep 10 2018 ·
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More To Life Than Meets The Eye - Eugenia Bone, Author Of "Microbia"; Best of CP

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They are in your garden by the billions, they are in your food, in your house, and all over your skin. They partner us in all we do and they make all that we do well possible to start with.

This week on Cultivating Place we revisit a conversation with science and food writer Eugenia Bone to talk more about her own foray into better understanding the world of the amazing and powerful world of Microbia. It’s a focus that is expanding for us all.

For photos visit cultivatingplace.com. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher.
Aug 30 2018 · 55mins

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EUGENIA BONE – author MICROBIA

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EUGENIA BONE writes books and articles about microbes, mushrooms, food, and preserving.

Aug 26 2018 ·
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Episode 217 - Eugenia Bone

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In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara chats with Eugenia Bone, author of the new book "Microbia: A Journey into the Unseen World Around You." They discuss Eugenia's journey back to school to learn about the microbiome, the vast collection of all the microbes (and their genes) living inside you. They also talk about her fascinating career as a nature and food writer. Follow Eugenia: @eugeniabone.
Jul 24 2018 · 1hr 15mins
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Microbia with Guest Eugenia Bone

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Microbes are life forms that are too small to see without a microscope. There are microbes in the soil, in the atmosphere, and even inside every one of us. How do these microbes live? How do they behave? What are they doing inside each and every person and do they affect the person as a whole? Author Eugenia Bone joins Pedram on The Urban Monk to discuss the fascinating micro-world.

May 21 2018 · 31mins
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More To Life Than Meets The Eye - Eugenia Bone, Author Of "Microbia"

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They are in your garden by the billions, they are in your food, in your house, and all over your skin. They partner us in all we do and they make all that we do well possible to start with. Listen in to this week's Cultivating Place, when we’re joined by science and food writer Eugenia Bone to talk more about her own foray into better understanding the world of the amazing and powerful world of Microbia. It’s a focus that is expanding for us all.

For photos visit cultivatingplace.com. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher.
May 04 2018 · 55mins
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Episode 54: We're All Just Microbes and More Lessons in Humanity from Eugenia Bone

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After years of being a renowned culinary expert, Eugenia Bone threw herself into the intense world of microbial science to write her latest book, Microbia: A Journey into the Unseen World Around You. She went back to college at age 55, and embraced the challenge of being an old student with unfamiliar material. It was, she said, a profound lesson in humility. On this episode of Speaking Broadly, Bone shares how rewarding her journey has been as she struggled to learn the role of these invisible organisms. Bone explains how microbes awakened her understanding of the universe's connectedness, a new appreciation of gut flora, and shares some astonishing facts like this one: when you spend time with someone your microbial debris clouds will morph and connect like a Venn diagram that defines friendship and family.

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Apr 25 2018 · 52mins
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Microbes And Bacteria: ‘Mom’s First Gift,’ Says Author Eugenia Bone

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As soon as you come into the world, you are met with bacteria. "It's like mom's first gift, you know?” says Colorado author Eugenia Bone, who at 55 went back to college to study microbes. Bone spoke with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner in front of an audience -- and all their microbes -- at The Newman Center in Denver. Also, internal disciplinary records obtained by CPR News show engineers have made dozens of serious mistakes in the last two years.
Mar 28 2018 · 47mins
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