WEBINAR TOPIC OVERVIEW:
Early life microbiota influences immunity, gastrointestinal health, metabolism, neurodevelopment, and overall infant health. The infant gut must rapidly accumulate ten times as many microbes as the whole body contains human cells.
Poorly developed gut microbiome in early life increases susceptibility to the development of food allergy, asthma and autism, celiac disease, and more. There is an increased risk of obesity in 84% of children exposed to prenatal antibiotics in the second or third trimester and 46% in those delivered by C-section. Infants fed formula have impaired immunity and altered metabolism.
Tune in June 28th with Kathy Fray and Dr. Laura M. Brown, ND to learn how to help a child develop and maintain a healthy microbiome before, during and after birth.