Integrative and Functional Medicine in Practice
About This Show
Integrative and Functional Medicine in Practice is an educational series geared toward evidence-based learnings in clinical nutrition and lifestyle medicine to improve patient management and reduce healthcare utilization. Welcoming thought leaders from around the globe, health care providers will be exposed to experts who are committed to being conduits for the exchange of technologic innovation, research data, and disruptive ideas on nutritional solutions for optimal patient outcomes.
Most Recent Episode
The New Era of Microbiome Sciences: Impacts on Health and Disease
Mar 27 16
Host: Tasneem "Taz" Bhatia, MD
Researchers from across the world have begun to shed new light on the multifaceted interactions between intestinal microbiomes and their human hosts. Emerging data from this research point to one common conclusion: gut bacteria have much more of an interface with humans than has been previously understood. Host Dr. Taz Bhatia welcomes Dr. Mark Lyte, Professor of Veterinary Microbiology and Preventive Medicine at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Lyte discusses how increasing awareness of human-microbiome interactions may redefine modern understandings of health and disease processes.