I am heading off for vacation for the week, so you might not be hearing too much from me.
Hang tight, I will answer your questions on my return!
BUT I did want to mention for those of you in the New England area…I am very excited to be hosting a low FODMAP cooking, eating, shopping class at the Whole Foods Culinary Center at Legacy Place in Dedham, MA on February 27 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Here is the flyer so check it out! The class is limited to just 24 participants so that I’ll have enough time to give everyone some personal attention! Hope to see you!
TO register or learn more about workshop, click here NOT on picture below!
6 replies on “FODMAPs and YOU!“
Nice to see a public presentation on low FODMAP, especially in connection with a grocery store. I live in North Carolina, any chance you would make your way down this way?
Thanks .ps – I just bought 21 day tummy…excellent!!
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Would love it if the low FODMAP diet classes could be done nationwide! I love educating FODMAPers and helping them navigate the diet–so it would be a fun time for me. Not sure there is a big enough market yet to support a nationwide tour (ha!) BUT…time will tell. SO glad you bought the 21 Day Tummy and like it. I think it’s a great book with lots of interesting science and great recipes too!
This is fantastic news! Please bring your workshop even further North—hint, Vermont or New Hampshire!!! Thanks so much, Katie!
In my dietetic internship I’m surprised at how many RD’s do not know what the FODMAPs are. They’ve really helped me manage my Crohn’s. Good luck in your presentation and getting Dr Shepard’s work out there!
Enjoy your vacation!! Just wondering if you have any tried and true travel tips for us IBSers :). Travel is such a a challenge for me. Also….would love a presentation in the Philly area if your travels bring you this way!!
I agree with Philly area!!! Or even, I have family in Boston – would love it if it was on a weekend 🙂
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