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Conclusions 

Conclusions
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Conclusions
Author(s):

Marvin M. Singh

, Alyssa Parian

, Gerard Mullin

, and John Clarke

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190933043.003.0030
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date: 05 May 2021

Integrative gastroenterology is an important field of medicine whereby the practitioner has the opportunity to not only improve troubling gastrointestinal symptoms but also to attain this goal from a multifaceted approach, using principles and modalities that involve the mind, body, gut microbiome, nutrition, stress management, and lifestyle modifications in order to address the entire patient while modulating gene expression, epigenetics, and the gut microbiome. This chapter presents conclusions regarding the future of integrative gastroenterology and its implementation.

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