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October 17, 2018

Are your patients asking about probiotics? AGA can help

AGA has new patient education on the gut microbiome, probiotics and the top five things to consider when taking these dietary supplements.

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Look out for a new patient poster on probiotics in the November 2018 issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Hang the poster in your office to help your patients understand the gut microbiome and how probiotics may help with maintaining a healthy gut.

 

Need more posters? Let us know and we will send your office additional copies.

 

More information about probiotics can be found in the AGA GI Patient Center. Visit www.gastro.org/microbiome for the latest research and education on the gut microbiome and to learn more about the AGA Center for Gut Microbiome Research and Education and AGA’s NIH-funded FMT National Registry.

 

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