12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
“As viruses become more common, exposure to them is inevitable, but illness is not.” Our bodies frequently encounter foreign agents that can potentially make us ill. Thankfully, we are not powerless. How our bodies respond to these threats depends on the health of our internal “terrain” – our soil, our microbiome. It is this gut microbiome that nourishes every aspect of our health as this is where the majority of our immune system resides. Without a healthy, balanced gut our immune system cannot protect us, especially in the face of persistent exposure to threatening viruses.
Join Kenlyn Young for this virtual webinar that dives into how we can improve our immune health through the power of food and lifestyle so we can be prepared for unknown threats and become metabolically healthy. The concepts for this topic come from integrative gastroenterologist, Dr. Robynne Chutkan’s evidence-based book, The Anti-Viral Gut, which clearly explains the link between our microbiome and our body’s immune response. Kenlyn will dive into the research and share concepts from the book that include:
Early Registration Deadline: July 17, 2023 (Save 10%)
Last Day to Register: August 12, 2023
Instructor: Kenlyn Young, LDN, MS, RD
Take a break and enhance your health and well-being knowledge with a live webinar hosted by our highly experienced Duke Health and Well-Being experts. Following Duke Health and Well-Being’s Wheel of Health, Health and Well-Being Smarts is a monthly webinar program that will discuss and review the most up-to-date recommendations regarding the different interconnected and interrelated components of whole-person health and well-being.
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