Gas & Histamine Producers on GI-MAP
IBS and SIBO are commonly-diagnosed gastrointestinal disorders that can often be challenging for practitioners to effectively treat.
GI-MAP® can help practitioners gain breakthrough insights into potential underlying causes and contributors to IBS, SIBO, and related conditions, as well as conditions that can often be mistaken as IBS or SIBO, such as yeast overgrowth, parasitic infections, large intestinal dysbiosis, histamine intolerance, and pancreatic insufficiency. GI-MAP also includes important gas-producing microbes, such as the primary hydrogen, methane and hydrogen sulfide producers.
View or download our handy reference table to help you easily identify the key gas- and histamine-producing microbes on GI-MAP:
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Presented by Tom Fabian, PhD, CNTP
Tom is a leading expert on the role of the human microbiome in health, chronic disease, and aging. As a translational scientist, his primary focus is on the clinical application of research in the areas of the microbiome and mucosal immunology in the functional and integrative medicine space. He has worked with early-stage biotechnology companies as a research scientist, and more recently, as a consultant for microbiome and clinical testing companies, including Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory. He also serves as a scientific advisor for nutraceutical company Designs for Health. In addition, Tom provides consulting and educational services for functional medicine and integrative health practitioners. His doctoral training at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and postdoctoral training at the University of Utah were focused on the molecular biology of aging and longevity. He is also certified as a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner by the Nutrition Therapy Institute in Denver.