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Dietary Intervention for Gut Health

A one-day, virtual live seminar presenting the evidence supporting the use of plant-based nutrition in the treatment & prevention of gastrointestinal disease

Gut health is emerging as one of the most important health topics of the 21st century.  Not only is it estimated that 70% of the immune system, and 90% of serotonin originates in the gut, but the number of patients experiencing reflux, IBS, Crohn’s Disease and other gut diagnoses is rapidly rising.

During this one day CME accredited seminar, our faculty of leading gastrointestinal experts will:

Research has discovered that gut health largely determines the health of the individual. Therefore, it is critical that every clinician gains a thorough understanding of the power of whole food, plant-based nutrition to prevent, suspend and even reverse common GI diseases and learn key strategies to maximize the health of the gut.

What is it?

Presented by 6 Preeminent Experts in Gastroenterology and Nutrition

Important Statistics

Who Should Watch

Sessions now available on demand:

  • Welcome – Scott Stoll, MD
  • Session 1Dietary Fiber: The Preferred Food of Our Gut Microbiomes – Will Bulsiewicz, MD, MSCI 
  • Session 2Building a Robust Immune System and What Migration Patterns Can Teach Us – Vanessa Mendez, MD
  • Session 3Reflux Disease: Ins and Outs of PBN for Prevention and Reversal – Michael Klaper, MD
  • Session 4Plant-Based Tube Feeding Solutions – Edward McDonald, MD
  • Session 5A Thorough Review of Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Sarina Pasricha, MD, MSCR
  • Session 6Diet, Lifestyle and Colorectal Cancer: What Should We Tell Our Patients?  – Alan Desmond, MD
  • Sessions 7&8Panel Discussion and Live Q&A – All Speakers and moderated by Scott Stoll, MD
  • Closing remarks – Scott Stoll, MD
Sources

(1) https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-statistics/digestive-diseases

(2) https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/digestive-diseases.htm

(3) https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25734736/

(4) https://www.crohnscolitisfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2019-02/Updated%20IBD%20Factbook.pdf

(5) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6140167/

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