CONTENT COVERED IN THIS CLASS
Key Pathogens & Dysbiosis
Important gut pathogens (yeast, bacteria, parasites and viruses) and pathobionts (normal microbiome residents that can become opportunistic pathogens), and their connection to dysbiosis
Microbiome & Mucosal Defenses
The best offense is a good defense, and our microbiome and mucosal barriers are our most important defenses against pathogens and pathobionts. Learn how these factors help protect us from pathogens, and how we may be able to strengthen them.
The latest functional testing for pathogens, pathobionts, and dysbiosis
Therapeutic and supportive approaches and strategies for addressing gut infections and dysbiosis, including antimicrobial botanicals, probiotics, prebiotics, polyphenols, diet, and lifestyle factors
The Latest Research
This content of this class is based in the most recent published research articles and clinical information, so you can be sure you are getting the most cutting-edge, up-to-date information. Numerous published studies are included in the content that is covered in the class.
WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH YOUR REGISTRATION?
Online Video Content
Over 12 hours of video content, organized into four modules. Videos consist of slide presentations with voiceover. They can be viewed online any time during the course access period (a full year from the date of registration).
Access to the Microbiome Masters Practitioner Community
This is a private Facebook community that is available exclusively for practitioners who have registered for one or more Microbiome Mastery courses. This community is a great way to interact with other program participants and with Tom Fabian (course instructor and microbiome expert – see below), and to receive receive the latest, and most relevant, microbiome research and clinical information that I come across.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR
This class is designed for functional health practitioners, including:
- Functional nutritionists
- Functional medicine clinicians
- Integrative health practitioners
This is an in-depth class, and a working familiarity with the basics of digestive and immune physiology is assumed.
How the Microbiome Helps Protect Us from Gut Infections
This overview video introduces you to the overall topic of gut pathogens and dysbiosis, and provides a sense of the content that is covered in the class
INSTRUCTOR: Tom Fabian, PhD, CNTP
Tom is the course instructor and developer of MicrobiomeMastery.com. A former research scientist, he is currently a functional nutritionist, specializing in the microbiome, gut health, and healthy aging. He is currently focused on developing courses, workshops, and other educational resources for functional health practitioners via the Microbiome Mastery website, as well as developing a small practice focused on gut health approaches for healthy aging.
Learn more about Tom | Contact Tom with Questions
Gut Pathogens & Dysbiosis MasterClass
REFUND POLICY: If for any reason you decide that the class isn’t right for you, you can receive a full refund if you request a refund in writing within 5 business days from the date of registration. Refunds may take up to 10 business days to process.