Gluten & the Brain

Discusses the role of gluten in celiac disease and non-celiac glucose sensitivity. Lists the main food sources of gluten. Identifies the neuropsychiatric components of the gut-brain link to gluten sensitivity. Describes the possible role of the microbiome in gluten sensitivity. Lists the components of a gluten-free diet. Identifies the potential disadvantages of eliminating gluten from the diet.
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Hour 1

  1. Introduction: What Is Gluten?
  2. Celiac Disease vs. Gluten Sensitivity
  3. The Brain Connection: Neurological & Psychiatric Complications
  4. The Gut-Brain Axis

 

Hour 2

  1. Role of Microbiota
  2. The Pros & Cons of Antibiotics
  3. A Possible Role for Pro-, Pre-, or Synbiotics
  4. Components of a Gluten-Free Diet

 

Hour 3

  1. Is Gluten-Free Good For All?
  2. Issues Impacting Adherence to a Gluten-Free Diet
  3. Summary & Conclusion
  4. Post-Test

 

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss the role of gluten in celiac disease and non-celiac glucose sensitivity.
  2. List the main food sources of gluten.
  3. Identify the neuropsychiatric components of the gut-brain link to gluten sensitivity.
  4. Describe the possible role of the microbiome in gluten sensitivity.
  5. List the components of a gluten-free diet.
  6. Identify the potential disadvantages of eliminating gluten from the diet.
Products specifications
Instructor A. St. Charles, Ph.D., R.D., L.D.N.
Contact Hours: 3
# of Pages 55
More Information About This Course: Gluten & the Brain accreditation
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