Your Gut Health and Why it Matters

An Evening with Gerry Mullin, MD, author of
The Gut Balance Revolution

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Wednesday, October 7  •  6-7:45 pm

Recent discoveries about the microbes in our digestive tract, known as the gut microbiome, have sparked a revolutionary new understanding of how we can improve and sustain overall health. In this illuminating wellness talk, Dr. Gerry Mullin, a renowned digestive health physician and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medicine, will explore why we need to pay more attention to the balance of our inner ecosystem. You'll learn:

  • The gut’s substantial influence on metabolism, appetite, mood, energy level, inflammation, cardiovascular function, and more.
  • The role of the gut microbiome in weight management, and the calorie myth that has fueled an epidemic of obesity.
  • The relationship between the gut microbiome and diabetes, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, joint pain, migraines, and other conditions.
  • How lifestyle factors, such as diet and stress, contribute to gut health.
  • The symptoms and leading causes of digestive microbial imbalances.
  • Why probiotics alone are not enough to restore gut imbalances.
  • Dr. Mullin’s comprehensive approach to cultivating a healthy, balanced gut.

Register now

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When:
Wednesday, October 7
Reception 6-6:30 pm 
Presentation 6:30-7:45 pm 

Location:
The Institute for
Integrative Health
1407 Fleet St.
Baltimore, MD 21231

Tuition:
Free but seating is limited
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Workshop Leader:
Gerry Mullin, MD
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Questions:
events [at] tiih.org
443.681.7600

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