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CMM researcher Louise Sjöholm interviewed for the Food Pharmacy podcast

CMM researcher Louise Sjöholm interviewed for the Food Pharmacy podcast

Mia Clase and Lina Nertby Aurell are since 2014 running the popular blog Food Pharmacy about the gut flora, good bacteria, scientific research, and anti-inflammatory food. They are also the authors of two bestsellers –Food Pharmacy and the Food Pharmacy cookbook, and are familiar faces in the popular media.

Louise says – “I met Mia and Lina when they were holding a seminar at CTMR (Center for Translational Microbiome Research) at KI. We started talking after the seminar and I said that they were basically talking about epigenetics. And of course they wanted to know more!”

The podcast with Louise will be available during April so keep your ears open! You can access it via their blog or where you listen to other podcasts.

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