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Mast Cells, Microbes & Metabolites in IBS: Breakthrough Insights with GI-MAP™️

Hosted by Rupa Health
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​​This class is recorded and distributed after event to all who sign up

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common gastrointestinal conditions, affecting up to 15% of the population. Treatment for IBS has largely been focused on addressing symptoms, but recent advances in research and methodology hold promise for improved assessment and treatment approaches. 

These advancements include important new insights into the roles of immune activation, mast cells, microbiome imbalances, and microbial products such as histamine, serotonin, LPS, gases, and more. 

In this class, practitioners will learn how advanced gastrointestinal health testing with GI-MAP can provide practitioners with important new clinical insights that facilitate improved personalization and targeting of treatment for patients with IBS.


  • Understand how certain food components can lead to increased immune reactivity and mast cell activation, which in turn, can promote symptoms such as bloating, abdominal pain, and motility disturbances in patients with IBS

  • Learn how gut microbes and their products can lead to increased immune reactivity and activation of mast cells

  • Understand how specific upstream imbalances can promote downstream imbalances within the gastrointestinal tract

  • Identify the most common GI-MAP dysbiosis patterns observed in IBS patients

  • Relate specific microbial imbalances to disturbances in digestive and immune markers

  • Understand how GI-MAP results can inform your treatment plan for your IBS patients 

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