The Gut Microbiome & Your Health

Dates:November 18, 2019 Other Dates
Meets:M from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Location:UFM Conference Room
Instructor:Leslie (Graves) Allen
Fee: $27.00

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Your gut microbiome is made up of trillions of microorganisms, mainly bacteria, that live in your intestinal tract. They are heavily involved in functions critical to your health such as digesting the food you eat and absorbing and synthesizing nutrients. Your gut microbiome is involved in many other important processes that extend beyond your gut, including your metabolism, body weight, and immune regulation, as well as your brain functions and mood. Come learn more about your gut microbiome, how it affects your health, and key ways to rebalance or keep your gut microbiome healthy.


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