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Often referred to as the second brain, the gut microbiome is responsible for more than just digestion. With a bidirectional communication system from the gut microbiome (enteric nervous system or ENS) directly to the brain (central nervous system or CNS), it is often hard to pinpoint which is in control. The exploration of the communication pathway between the two, can give insight into neural, immune, endocrine, and metabolic functions that are crucial for overall health. Analyzing the impact that stress, gut diversity and inflammation have on the ENS and CNS can provide insight into specific ways to optimize these pathways through nutritional and lifestyle modifications.
In this webinar we will:
- Understand how to optimize digestive health through testing, supplementation, food and lifestyle modifications
- Select the appropriate strains of bacteria to improve health outcomes
- Explain the communication pathway between the gut and the brain
Navigating The Brain-Gut Superhighway
* With Bonus Q and A Session
- Recorded: Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
- Cost: $19.95
- 2 CPEs for RDNs (others may inquire with their credentialing boards)
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Sarah Greenfield: Sarah Greenfield is a Registered Dietitian practicing functional medicine and correcting underlying digestive health imbalances. She has served as the president of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Los Angeles chapter, has developed commercial probiotics blends for targeted health outcomes and is an ambassador for Viome, a consumer friendly stool testing kit that analyzes the component of an individual’s gut microbiome. She has been featured on NBC with Lester Holt and has shared the same stage as President Bill Clinton in for her work on a school program to change the health of students across the nation. She has her undergraduate degree in nutrition from the Pennsylvania State University, is a Registered Dietitian through the Commission for Dietetics Registration and is certified in functional medicine and sports nutrition. You can find her on Fearlessfig.com and she just completed her first TEDx talk focused on digestive health.