Nutrition for your Digestive System

Learn how our invisible residents shape our lives from birth to old age. In this 1-hour class, we will discuss the importance of our “inner ecosystem” to our health and longevity. We will explore how modern lifestyle and dietary habits (such as readily available, highly processed foods) have altered our gut flora and impacted many aspects of our health, including immunity, digestive health, and even insulin sensitivity. We will talk about the myths and realities of prebiotics and probiotics, and how you can nurture your healthiest “inner” environment.

Instructor: Dalia Perlman, RD, CDE. Dalia has been counseling patients with diabetes and prediabetes at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation for the last 15 years. She is also a Health Educator with Dr. Gardner’s study “One Diet Does Not Fit All” and a Research Dietitian with Dr. McLaughlin studying fat cell function.

*HIP offers over 60 health education classes each quarter. For a full listing of classes, please visit hip.stanford.edu.

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 17:30
Location: 
Li Ka Shing Learning Center 306
Event Sponsor: 
Health Improvement Program
Contact Email: 
ausserer@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
650 721-6003

Admission

To register for this class, please click on (More Information) or go to: http://hip.stanford.edu/

Class Fee: $30  (STAP/EA Funds: yes)

Class code: gut-01

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