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Food as Medicine - Diet for Non-Surgical Weight Control: Best Practice

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Huber's Gasthaus

2312 Friendly Grove Road Northeast

Olympia, WA 98506

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Southwest Washington Gut Club
and the
Thurston-Mason County Medical Society
proudly present

Food as Medicine - Diet for Non-surgical Weight Control: Best Practice

Keynote: Dr. Bruce Silverman, MD, Rush Medical College; MS in Human Nutrition, Columbia University; Internal Medicine, Cedars-Sinai; and Gastroenterology, University of Washington

6-6:30pm Welcome/Networking

6:30-8pm Presentation

Mediterranean-style Dinner provided by Nineveh of Olympia, Assyrian Cuisine

with local red wine pairings

The Southwest Washington Gut Club has been a successful forum in our community for great educational presentations, sharing of ideas, and fantastic food for over 20 years. The Thurston-Mason County Medical Society is proud to be able to help see this tradition continue.

Cost is free to attend.

1.5 hours, Category 2 CME

Objectives

1) What is the primary physiologic process associated with diet that leads to poor health outcomes?

2) What is the initial anatomic defect that leads to diet-associated systemic inflammation?

3) What dietary component is most important to protect colonic wall mucosal barrier integrity?

4) What is the storehouse of the gut-derived inflammation?

5) What diet is associated with best long-term health outcomes and why?

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