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Gut Health 101: Separating Fact from Fiction

John A. Damianos, MD goes through a comprehensive dive into the world of “gut health,” including the microbiome, probiotics, and the gut-brain connection. Special attention will be paid to myths and misconceptions.

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This is a comprehensive dive into the world of “gut health,” including the microbiome, probiotics, and the gut-brain connection.

Special attention will be paid to myths and misconceptions.

 

Learning Objectives

1. Describe the epidemiology of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
2. Understand the pathophysiology of IBS
3. Learn the diagnostic criteria for IBS and how to work it up (including mimics of IBS)
4. Survey the evidence of various non-pharmacologic treatments for IBS including specific diets, supplements, and psychological therapies

 

(This lecture is part of this conference: Healing Through Gut Health: A Primer For Patients And Doctors)

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John A. Damianos, MD

John A. Damianos, MD is a clinical fellow in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Prior to his fellowship, he graduated from the Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine as a Medical Education Scholar. He then completed Internal Medicine residency at Yale where he was awarded a Clinician Educator Distinction. Dr. Damianos serves on the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Alliance for Education on Probiotics, where he writes a quarterly research review on the latest in probiotics science, has contributed to the development of curricula for medical and pharmacy schools concerning probiotics, and has given numerous talks on various microbiome-related topics. His clinical and research interests center on microbiome therapeutics in the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal disorders.

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