Laurie Goodyear; Taylor Valentino; Jonathan Stine; Alex Kostic
Exercise can modulate the gut microbiome, leading to improvements in glucose metabolism, inflammatory response to colitis and exercise capacity. Learn how exercise reshapes the gut microbiome, leading to improvements in liver disease and performance.
- Understand the current research describing how gut microbial metabolites interact with host cells;
- Learn the outcomes associated with the way exercise modulates the microbiome; and
- Be able to identify the exercise-sensitive microbes and what compounds they produce.
This course includes an online video from ACSM’s Integrative Physiology of Exercise Conference and corresponding online evaluations. All course content will be presented to you electronically after your purchase. To earn your CECs, you must view the course content and complete the evaluation.
Learners must complete this course bundle within 365 days of the date of purchase. ACSM will not offer refunds, transfers or course credits for uncompleted courses prior to their expiration date.
ACSM does not allow substitutions, refunds or credits for this course.
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