GI OnDEMAND launches 3-part Patient Focused Low FODMAP Diet Education Series

Hello Friends!

As the Director of Nutrition for GI OnDEMAND (a joint venture between The American College of Gastroenterology and Gastro Girl, Inc.) I wanted to let you know that we are launching a 3 part Low FODMAP diet education series geared for people living with IBS. The program starts this Wednesday, February 3rd and it’s not too late to sign up!

This is an incredible opportunity to learn from FODMAP expert GI dietitian Emily Haller. I will be on the call fielding questions in the first session (bring along your burning questions!)–and hope that you can join along for this great learning opportunity!

Here is a quick run down on the classes by class! Note: the classes are spaced out in a manner that is similar to how we approach the low FODMAP diet in clinical practice.

Class 1: The Low FODMAP Elimination Phase: Everything you need to know!

In this session, you will learn:

  • How FODMAPs trigger digestive distress in irritable bowel syndrome.

  • What foods to include on the elimination diet and what foods to remove during this 4-6 weeks phase.

  • Tips for low FODMAP meal planning, grocery shopping and label reading with 8 newly designed, up to date handouts and class instruction.

Class 2: Let’s learn about the reintroduction phase.

In this session, you will learn:

  • The ins and outs of the reintroduction phase: what foods and in what amounts to test your tolerance to different FODMAPs.

  • How to fill out a diet and symptom tracking log to help provide insights about food and your gut symptoms.

  • How to identify what foods you can add back to your diet.

Class 3: The personalization phase: expanding your diet to a modified low FODMAP diet.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to expand your diet and add back foods that do not trigger digestive symptoms.
  • The importance of portion size when it comes to FODMAP triggers.
  • When you can use digestive enzymes to better tolerate some foods.
  • Tricks to work around your food triggers, including different food products to include in your modified low FODMAP diet.
  • The importance of eating as varied a diet as possible for your quality of life and gut health.


To register for this series, click here!

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