What if you had all the information you needed for the diet in one place, with tips and guidance from registered dietitians?
Maybe you were just diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and your physician recommended the low-FODMAP diet. Or maybe a friend or family member found relief through the diet and told you about it. However way you landed here today, I bet you feel pretty overwhelmed.
I'm glad you're here.
When I started the diet in 2013 I felt just the same way you do. I had so much to learn and I felt pretty overwhelmed.
Back then, resources for the diet were scant and no certified low-FODMAP food products existed. I carefully read the lists for low and high-FODMAP foods. I made most everything from scratch and I meal prepped. I left extra time at the grocery store to read food labels. All the hard work paid off because within just a couple of days I started to find relief.
Maybe you've been asking yourself:
It's been six years now and I've been on a Modified low-FODMAP diet, with little to no symptoms (remember no cure for IBS exists presently). I don't have to worry about going out in public, to an event or on a long trip. The Elimination Phase and Challenge Phase gave me the tools and CONFIDENCE I needed. I learned which FODMAPs I personally could or could not handle. It was so exhilarating to pack away all my "IBS clothes." It was freeing to be able to go for a run without a huge bowling ball of gas trapped inside my gut. I started to sleep better and my mood improved as well.
When starting out on the low-FODMAP diet, there are so many questions and so much to learn. The best guidance you can receive is from a FODMAP-trained dietitian, and especially one with a focus in gut health. "Googling" will only make the whole process longer for you. You'll be more prone to following incorrect or outdated information. Maybe you'll get the hang of eating only low-FODMAP foods, but without the right guidance, you may also end up eating a diet devoid of a wide variety of nutrients. For example, getting enough calcium and the right amount of fiber can be an issue if you don't know what you're doing.
The Low-FODMAP Diet Beginner's Course is approved by dietitians and makes it easy to implement the diet into your lifestyle.
In this exclusive course with FODMAP Life you will:
Learn More About Your Instructors:
Colleen Francioli is the Founder of FODMAP Life. She is a certified nutritionist, author and marketing consultant with a focus on educating people with IBS, other functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and food intolerances.
Colleen once suffered from IBS herself and has since found life balance with the low-FODMAP diet. Colleen started www.FODMAPLife.com to help others with IBS learn how to choose the right foods and make stress relief a priority for a balanced mind-body approach to gut health. Colleen is a happy wife and mother of two sweet boys!
Diana Reid is a Registered Dietitian who lives part of the year in the tiny country of Luxembourg in Europe and part of the year in Seattle, Washington. She has a private practice that reflects her international background, and counsels clients with gastrointestinal disorders, food allergies and intolerances, and other nutritional issues.
Diana has completed the Monash University Low FODMAP dietitian’s training and the Advanced FODMAP Training for Dietitians course from Kings College of London. She holds a masters in public health from the University of Washington, and previously worked in community and public health prior to starting her private practice.
Diana has three young children and spends a lot of time driving them around to soccer practice. She loves running, cooking, weightlifting, reading and traveling. And eating!
Joanna Baker is a foodie, a dietitian and a registered nurse, who is passionate about digestive health. She works exclusively in IBS and food intolerance in her Melbourne based private practice, Everyday Nutrition.
Joanna’s work is never boring, she gets to work alongside food manufacturers, lecture internationally on the Low FODMAP diet and work privately with patients to help them achieve better gut health. In all of these roles, Joanna aims to support people to enjoy food, whilst incorporating practical everyday strategies that manage IBS, and prevent it from getting in the way of living the life they want to live. Joanna lives with her husband and son in Melbourne Australia.
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