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The role of diet's impact on gut microbiota health will be on the menu of the 2019 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit. Save up to $200 by registering today.

A discussion on whether vegans or omnivores fare better when it comes to the health of their microbiota will be on the menu of the 8th annual Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit (GMFH), March 23 and 24, in Miami. Giovanni Barbara, MD, University of Bologna (Italy), will moderate a session on diet-microbiota interactions in human health and disease. In addition to a dialogue on vegans vs. omnivores, leading experts will also discuss how diet influences FODMAPs, irritable bowel syndrome and metabolic diseases.


Organized by AGA and the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility (ESNM), the GMFH World Summit is the preeminent meeting on gut microbiota for health care professionals, dietitians and clinical researchers. This year’s program will present the latest evidence on the interaction between diet, nutrition and the gut microbiome. The summit has been approved for up to 10.75 CME credits. Save up to $200 by registering today.

As an attendee, you will: 

    • Leave with a deep understanding of how diet and exercise can change your patients’ microbiota.
    • Learn about the most recent research that can help you improve care.
    • Understand the new ways to discuss microbiota care with your patients.
    • Have opportunities to network with industry thought leaders.

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