Diet, Gut Microbiota & Immunity

Course Description & Information:

  • Worldwide, millions of individuals have been affected by the prevailing SARS-CoV-2. Therefore, a robust immune system remains indispensable, as an immunocompromised host status has proven to be fatal. An optimal immune response depends on an adequate diet and nutrition in order to keep infection at bay. Poor nutrient status is associated with inflammation and oxidative stress, which in turn can impact the immune system. Dietary constituents can have an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, respectively. In this seminar, the importance of an optimal status of relevant nutrients and a healthy gut microbiota to effectively reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, thereby strengthening the immune system during the COVID-19 crisis is explored. Intermediate level
  • ACPE UAN: 0826-9999-22-017-L01-P, IRD: 6-6-2022. Knowledge based activity.
Course Objectives:

  • Explore possible link and implications of the gut microbiota on immune function.
  • Examine the impact of nutrition on disease susceptibility and long-term consequences (eg COVID-19).
  • Compare different diet strategies on how they impact the gut microbiota.
  • Recognize the relationship between nutrition, environment and immune status.
Learning Outcome: At least 80% of class participants will score 70% or greater on course post-test.



Course Credit: 2 Contact Hours

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Who Should Attend:

Pharmacists, Dietitians, Nursing professionals, Physical Therapy Professionals, Occupational Therapy professionals (FL Only), and other medical professionals.

Certificate Requirements:

  • Full attendance.
  • Completion of course post-test (70%) and evaluation.

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09/07/2022 Diet, Gut Microbiota, & Immunity 7-9 PM CDT
Price: $36 (or Free with Membership)
09/07/2022 Diet, Gut Microbiota, & Immunity 7-9 PM CDT

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