Pure Encapsulations: Intestinal Permeability, Part 3
May 26 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1) IP Guideline development process,
2) Evidence-based recommendations to follow for the management of increased intestinal permeability in clinical practice,
3) Clinical application of the IP Guideline.
In the last webinar of this series, Brad will share the results of the Clinical Practice Guideline For The Management Of Increased Intestinal Permeability (IP Guideline). The IP Guideline is the first clinical practice guideline designed to support clinicians managing people with increased intestinal permeability. The developed recommendations provide clinicians with direction for dietary recommendations, probiotic, prebiotic and synbiotic supplementations, plant-based medicines, and dietary supplements for the management of increased intestinal permeability. Brad will provide clinicians with a total of 38 clinical recommendations they can use in managing intestinal permeability in clinical practice. Collectively, by the end of this three-part series, clinicians will leave with an advanced understanding of the management of increased intestinal permeability in clinical practice, allowing them to provide the best care to their patients.
Brad Leech is an internationally recognised Clinical Nutritionist and Ayurvedic Herbalist. After entering the integrative medicine profession in 2008, Brad has taught and developed subjects at leading academic institutions in Integrative Gastroenterology, Naturopathic Medicine, Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine and Public Health Research. As Clinical Science Lead in integrated and functional medicine at Microba, his expertise in integrative gastrointestinal healthcare enables him to translate the latest science on the gut microbiome into practical clinical application. Brad is in the final stages of completing his PhD at the Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine, University of Technology Sydney.