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Plant-based eating and Gut-Brain Axis

date
30.11.2020

Did you catch our first e-Symposium with on plant-based diets & cardiometabolic health


If you missed the live event, you can now catch up on-demand either in full or in sections! We’ve split the full 3.5 hour session into five easy-to-digest, bite-sized chunks so you can bring yourself up to date as & when you can fit it into your schedule. Catch up for free here
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Dr. Bridgette Wilson from King’s College London explained the relationship between the diet, our gut, brain & cardiometabolic health.

Outline
  • Microbiota in cardiometabolic disease
  • Interrelationship between diet and mental health
  • Mental health and microbiota
  • How the activity of the microbiota can influence inflammation
  • How diet influences the microbiome
  • How diet influences mental health

Learning objectives

Clear understanding of:
  • Microbiota in cardiometabolic disease
  • Evidence for gut microbiota manipulation for better mental health
  • Evidence for dietary changes for better mental health
Be aware of:
  • How fibre impacts gut health
  • How high protein diets impact gut health
  • Links between healthy eating, gut health and mental health
Be able to:
  • Discuss how improved gut health can improve mental health
  • Discuss how poor mental health is linked to poor diet and vice versa
  • Describe mechanisms of how diet can reduce inflammation through the gut microbiota
author
- Alpro Foundation

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