Nutrition & The Gut Microbiota
A clinical update on the current evidence for dietitians
Are you curious about the role diet has in maintaining the gut microbiome, and its implications for human health?
The human gut microbiome is home to many microorganisms, like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa, and have an important symbiotic relationship with the human gastrointestinal tract. It is now well accepted that a healthy gut microbiota is fundamental for the overall health of the individual.
There has been a lot of gut microbiome research in the past decade, and Andrea Hardy, RD is here to get you up to speed with the relationship between the gut microbiota and human health.
We are going live on September 28th @ 12 noon EST!
Nutrition and the Gut Microbiota: A clinical update on the current evidence for dietitians
Join this 1-hr workshop and learn:
- What is the gut microbiome
- Functions of the gut microbiota
- Conditions that are influenced by the gut microbiota
- What is the gut barrier
- How does nutrition play a role in gut barrier integrity
- How nutrition influences the gut microbiota
- Current evidence based practice - nutrition interventions and the gut microbiota
Top 3 Gut Microbiota Questions will be reviewed!
- Should gut microbiome testing be used in patient care?
- Are probiotics necessary for gut health?
- Can our knowledge of the gut microbiome be used to treat medical conditions?
Get started now!
Andrea Hardy is a registered dietitian and owner of Ignite Nutrition Inc in Calgary Alberta. She has worked with gastroenterologists in her community to improve access to evidence based practice information on SIBO and IBS. Andrea is passionate about helping dietitians learn how to improve their patients gut and digestive health.
Check out her other courses for nutrition professionals >>> HERE <<<
Are you ready to learn more about the relationship between the gut microbiota and human health?
Then this workshop is for you!