The Microbiome and Health Implications
for People on Feeding Tubes

Free Webinar

If you work with enteral patients (kids or adults), you won’t want to miss this free webinar on the benefits and how to’s of including real food in their diets.

The microbiome of the gut has been a hot topic in dietetics for the past few years. Have you ever considered how what we know about the gut microbiome could be applied to your enteral patients?

Most enteral patients depend on heavily processed, synthetic formulas for the bulk of their caloric needs, and oftentimes are on multiple rounds of antibiotics to help manage their underlying condition. How is this impacting their gut health? 

Join Tami Best, MS, RDN, CDN, as she discusses the gut microbiome and the implications for enteral patients in this one-hour webinar which will include an in-depth analysis of a recent published study showing positive changes in gut flora for enteral pediatric patients when provided a whole food diet via feeding tube.

Tami Best, MS, RDN, CDN

Tami has more than 25 years experience as a registered and certified dietitian nutritionist. Over the last few years she has had advanced training in integrative and functional nutrition having completed Applying Functional Medicine to Clinical Practice with the Institute of Functional Medicine. With her practice, Promise of Vitality, Tami strives to build a world free of chronic disease caused by intake of highly processed foods, overexposure to environmental toxins and uncontrolled stress.

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Sept 25th at 2 EST / 11 PST

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