Integrating Nutrition Into Practice – Gastrointestinal Health & the Microbiome

— Course —

Sponsored by

The American Nutrition Association

Start Date

May 8, 2024


$ 239

Multiple days?


CEUs avail?


For which accreditation?

CME – Continuing Medical Education (ACCME, AOA, AMA, AAFP)
CNS – Certified Nutrition Specialist (BCNS)


Liz Lipski, PhD, CNS, FACN, BCHN, LDN, IFMCP • Marvin Singh, MD • Erin King-Mullins, MD, FACS, FASCRS


This advanced course is specifically designed for healthcare professionals who seek to enhance their expertise in personalized nutrition and its direct applications in gastrointestinal health and microbiome management. Throughout the program, participants will gain practical skills to effectively apply the DIGIN Model, distinguish between food reactions, allergies, and sensitivities, and develop personalized interventions for various gastrointestinal concerns. Additionally, the course delves into nutritional considerations for both pre- and post-surgery scenarios, equipping healthcare providers with a well-rounded understanding of gastrointestinal health management through personalized nutrition.

This is the fifth course in the Integrating Nutrition into Practice series. Completion of all twelve courses meets the eligibility requirements to sit for the Certified Personalized Nutrition Practitioner examination.

Access to this course expires one year from the date of purchase.

The American Nutrition Association designates this enduring material for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 6.5 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists designates this activity for 6.5 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists as Participation in a Professional & Structured Educational Activity.

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