The Microbiome: A New Paradigm in Understanding Adverse Food Reactions

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Join us on September 17th at 3 PM ET, as Dr. Tom Fabian presents an exciting webinar about the role the microbiome plays in food sensitivities. Adverse food reactions - including food allergies, food sensitivities, and food intolerances - are among the most prevalent gastrointestinal conditions encountered in clinical practice.

Adverse food reactions - including food allergies, food sensitivities, and food intolerances - are among the most prevalent gastrointestinal conditions encountered in clinical practice. Emerging research is revealing critical roles of the microbiome in influencing the development of adverse food reactions, including the digestion of dietary antigens, and determining how our immune system responds to antigens.

Metabolic products produced by the microbiome from various food components can contribute to adverse foods reactions in a variety of additional ways. Such insights represent a paradigm shift in our understanding of adverse food reactions, with promising implications for improving the clinical management of these highly prevalent conditions.