From Anticancer Lifestyle Program: 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.

11:00am PDT / 2:00 pm EDT