Trillions of bacteria live in your digestive tract and play an important role in health. Of the thousands of species of gut microbes that live in your gut, however, some are healthy for your body—while others are not.
This presentation by Leigh Frame, PHD was given on July of 2019 at the International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine in Washington D.C. Healthcare providers who would like to get continuing education credit for watching the video, should go to https://www.nutritioncme.org
Join health care professionals at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C., on August 6-8, 2020, for the eighth annual International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine. Up to 20 continuing education credits are available for doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and dietitians.