Beyond Organic Acids – Assessing Gut Health with Metabolomics Testing
Join Betsy Redmond, PhD. MMSc, RD, for an exciting webinar discussing the role metabolomic testing plays in evaluating gut health.
Metabolomics can help clinicians better identify areas of concern and reveal early dysfunctions. Organic acid and amino acids can inform gut health and function, aiding clinicians in interpreting individual or combinations of metabolites.
In this webinar, Dr. Redmond will help practitioners understand how the OMX™ Organic Metabolomics test can be used to evaluate gut health and guide treatment.
Watch to learn:
- The impacts of microbial metabolism on aromatic amino acids and polyphenols
- The role urinary 5-Hydroxyindolacetic acid in irritable bowel syndrome
- The impact of plasma citrulline levels on enterocyte function
- About hippuric acid and its positive correlation with gut species richness
- How incorporating GI-MAP® stool testing with organic and amino acid assessment can provide further insight into gut health
Presented by Betsy Redmond, Ph.D., MMSc, RDN
Dr. Betsy Redmond is a private practice nutritionist and education specialist who uses a systems biology approach in diagnosing and treating nutritional issues. She is both conventionally trained with a Masters' degree in clinical nutrition from Emory University and a doctorate in nutrition from the University of Georgia. Dr. Redmond has over 15 years' experience in functional laboratory research and education, as well as involvement with Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine.
Betsy tries to provide translational application by relating known and current research with clinical application. She believes that clinical application should go beyond what is assumed and include current knowledge to better optimize health.
She provides nutrition assessment and education workshops in her private practice, works in education at Diagnostic Solutions. Before working in functional medicine, Dr. Redmond worked in university research and public health programs.