Has your gastroenterologist or dietitian recommended that you try a Low FODMAP diet for your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)? It can feel like a daunting experience (no garlic?!) but it certainly..
It may be hard to believe, but your body naturally knows what and how much to eat! The problem is that decades of companies and other “experts” telling us what is “good” and “bad,” often while..
If you’re worried that the low FODMAP diet translates to “bland” or “boring”, this is for you! There are so many ways to flavor your food while following the low FODMAP diet – from herbs and spices..
Here are the basics: IBD (including Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis) is an autoimmune condition where the digestive tract becomes inflamed and forms ulcerations that can cause a wide..
As a dietitian who specializes in digestive health conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), ulcerative colitis, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), people often reach out about working..
Food is often an important part of the holiday season – which can make following a specialized diet during this time seem daunting. In my practice, I have heard many clients disclose to me weeks ago..
When starting the low FODMAP diet, you may feel a bit overwhelmed and nervous with what may seem like a lifestyle overhaul. Good news... while the low FODMAP diet certainly has its fair share of..