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Nutrition and Intestinal Permeability

18 Sep, 2020

Understanding leaky gut

The presentation covers:

  • What is intestinal permeability?
  • What causes intestinal permeability?
  • Is there a relationship between diet and intestinal permeability?
  • Next steps / further research

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About the Presenter

Dr Cuong Tran is a Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO Health and Biosecurity, and an Affiliate Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide. He has a PhD in nutritional physiology and gastroenterology, and more than 15 years’ of research experience in nutrition, gut disorders and well-being in both paediatric and adults. Cuong has a research interest in gut barrier function and microbiome in particular in developing effective measures of gut health and function and how that impacts on health and well-being. He has published close to 50 peer-reviewed research papers ranging from topics such microbiome and health, zinc nutrition as a potential therapy for inflamed conditions of the gut, non-invasive testing for gut health, and small bowel integrity and function. Cuong is currently working on commercialising a gut health test and nutritional solutions to improve population health and wellbeing.

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